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.
Interview: Latvian author Osvalds Zebris on Courage and Moral Choices
Latvian author Osvalds Zebris, whose forthcoming novel, In the Shadow of Rooster Hill, takes place in Riga in 1905, talks about courage, moral choices and national identity.