Tony’s Reading List plugs Bae Suah

by Philip Gowman on 6 April, 2016

in Asides, General book news, Korean literature in translation

Bae Suah Nowhere to be Found

There’s a great article in support of Bae Suah’s Nowhere to be Found (tr Sora Kim-Russell) on Three Percent, by Tony of Tony’s Reading List fame. A year ago he did a review of Nowhere to be Found along with Highway with Green Apples. And in his Three Percent article he passes on this bit of good news:

Two [of Bae’s] longer titles will be released later this year, Recitation from Deep Vellum and A Greater Music from Open Letter (with the latter publishing another title in 2017).

If you haven’t got to grips with Bae Suah yet, Tony’s article will inspire you. You can get Nowhere to be Found on Amazon.

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Tony April 7, 2016 at 6:45 am

Thanks for that 🙂 Looking forward to reading more of her work (I’d love to get my hands on the story published in the Bilingual Asia Publishers edition too…).

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