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Three new novels for our authors!

Three new novels for our authors!

Three new novels by authors that Trames is proud to represent will soon be published!

- Alone in Her House by Cécile Coulon on August 19th published by L’Iconoclaste
- Another Great Day by Denis Michelis on August 19th, published by Notabilia
- The Ambush by Émilie Guillaumin on August 25th, HarperCollins.

  • Wednesday, May 5, 2021

The Grenade, Emmanuelle Hutin’s first novel, was published by Stock.

<em>The Grenade, </em>Emmanuelle Hutin’s first novel, was published by Stock.

Emmanuelle Hutin, in the middle of a signing session for her first novel, The Grenade, which was published by Stock on 5 May.

Focus on Au vent des îles publishing house in the 10/18 magazine

Focus on Au vent des îles publishing house in the 10/18 magazine

A page dedicated to the publishing house Au vent des îles and on Célestine Hitiura Vaite for the publication in paperback of Breadfruit and Frangipani in the 10/18 magazine of May-June-July 2021.

Miguel Bonnefoy, winner of the Prix des Libraires 2021

Miguel Bonnefoy, winner of the Prix des Libraires 2021

The jury of the Prix des Libraires elected this year’s winner on June 2nd: Miguel Bonnefoy for his novel Héritage published by Rivages.

  • Sunday, April 4, 2021

Mary Shelley in the selection of the Prix Sévigné 2021

Mary Shelley in the selection of the Prix Sévigné 2021

Mes rêves n’appartiennent qu’à moi – Lettres de la femme qui réinventa la peur by Mary Shelley published by L’Orma Publishing in the form of a fold ready to post, has been selected by the jury of the Sevigné Prize for the 2021 edition. The results will be announced in December.

  • Tuesday, March 30, 2021

The Employees by Olga Ravn in the 2021 International Booker Prize longlist

<em>The Employees </em>by<em> </em>Olga Ravn in the 2021 International Booker Prize longlist<br />

On March 30, the judges of the 2021 International Booker Prize announced the 13 novels selected for the prestigious award, which celebrates the best translated fiction from around the world out of 125 reviewed.

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