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Ep 180: At Night All Blood is Black by David Diop translated by Anna Moschovakis

Books On The Go

Anna and Amanda discuss Women In Translation Month and the readathon on Youtube.  Our book of the week is At Night All Blood is Black by David Diop translated by Anna Moschovakis. This novel about two Senegalese soldiers fighting for France in World War One has won several awards including the 2021 International Booker Prize. We had to read it twice and could not discuss it without talking about the ending.  Spoiler alert for this episode! Coming up: Against the Loveless World by Susan Abulhawa. Follow us! Email: booksonthegopodcast@gmail.com Facebook: Books On The Go Instagram: @abailliekaras and @vibrant_lives_podcast Twitter: @abailliekaras Litsy: @abailliekaras Credits Artwork: Sascha Wilkosz

14mins

9 Aug 2021

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Youmna Chlala & Anna Moschovakis - October 4, 2017

the Poetry Project Podcast

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56mins

21 Feb 2020

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The Capacity to Be Alone w/ Anna Moschovakis

The Talking Book Podcast

A couple of months ago, we produced the audiobook for Eleanor Or The Rejection of the Progress of Love by Anna Moschavokis. Anna Wrote an essay addressing the writing and publishing of the novel. It was originally published on The Paris Review, but now it’s been recorded for The Talking Book Podcast. It’s called The Capacity to Be Alone. It's awesome. Enjoy.The Audiobook: http://thetalkingbook.org/eleanorHere is the original: https://www.theparisreview.org/blog/2018/08/16/the-capacity-to-be-alone/

25mins

1 Oct 2019

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Anna Moschovakis : Eleanor or The Rejection of the Progress of Love

Between The Covers : Conversations with Writers in Fiction, Nonfiction & Poetry

“Anna Moschovakis takes the reader straight to the terrifying edge: that moment where one ages out of youthfulness & begins to flutter in the debris of middle living, flattened out by technology, wild-goose chasing one’s data. Yet, the deeper we look into Eleanor’s unsettledness, the more we see & the more hope we find in her rhizomic wandering. This is a beautiful slow burn of a novel.” —Renee Gladman “By turns funny, melancholic, & provocative, Anna’s novel undoes & remakes the conventions of realist fiction through repetition & compression of time . . . It is ‘luminously ordinary’ in its progression, where profound shifts are as small as a postcard written or a hand touched.” —BOMB The post Anna Moschovakis : Eleanor or The Rejection of the Progress of Love appeared first on Tin House.

1hr 51mins

24 Sep 2018

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