Olivia is a Paris-based journalist and editor.
Interview: Lithuanian Writer Undine Radzeviciute on China, Teutonic Knights and Absurdist Humor
An interview with Lithuanian author Undinė Radzevičiūtė, who has written five novels and a collection of short stories and won the European Union Prize for Literature for her novel Fishes and Dragons.
Interview: David Mitchell on Books About Autism and What's Still Missing
In an interview with David Mitchell, the award-winning author talks about books on autism, or by children or adults with autism for all readers, and which books could still be written.
Poetry and Literature From Latvia: 16 Books to Get You Started
In these 16 books of Latvian poetry and literature you'll get an idea of the wonderful breadth and scope of the literary output of a tiny country celebrating its 100th anniversary of re-found independence while still searching for its identity.
“The sea is high again today, with a thrilling flush of wind. In the midst of winter you can feel the inventions of spring. A sky of hot nude pearl until midday, crickets in sheltered places, and now the wind unpacking the great planes, ransacking the great planes...”