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The Cahiers Series represents all that we should be striving for in our increasingly interwoven world.’ Book Trust

‘When Keats wrote that “a thing of beauty is a joy forever’’ he might very well have been anticipating the pamphlet publications of the Cahiers Series.’ Michael Lister, Textualities

‘Like many of the numbers that precede it, this cahier’s size belies its substance, resonance, and weight. This book has resonance, a power generated and magnified by every layer of its substance. It deserves a very wide readership and it is worth owning as a work of art in itself.’ Bethany W. Pope, The Coffin Factory

‘Not only are the designs simple and eye-catching, the quality of the paper is amazing, the full-color images inside are striking, the French flaps, the way they feel...’ Chad Post, Three Percent

‘[Ten Poems from Hafez] is a thing of surpassing beauty, even before you read the poems.’ Robert Dawson Scott, The Scotsman

‘You will see few more beautifully produced works of literature this year.’ Scott Esposito, The National

Articles

 

Illustrations, Feature article on Sylph Editions,2009, Summer Issue,

Hungarian Literature Online, Ottilie Mulzet, 28/09/2010,

Conversational Reading, Scott Esposito (interview with Ottilie Mulzet) 5/06/11

The New Yorker, James Wood feature article on László Krasznahorkai, 4/07/11

HappenStance interview: On Sylph Editions, August 2011

 

Reviews

 

Ten Poems by Hafez

The Art Book, February 2007, Vol. 14 Issue 1

The Scotsman, 12 August 2006

Image Journal, 2006, Fall issue 51

Illustration, 2006, Autumn Issue

 

The Cahiers Series

Three Percent, 27 May 2010

PN Review, Issue 184 2008

Textualities, October 2008

News from the Republic of Letters, October 2008

Booktrust, September 2008

Stanford Univeristy: the Book Haven, September 2011

 

01 Translating Music

Carp(e) Libris Reviews, June 2008

 

02 Walking on Air

Edinburgh Review, July/August 2007
Carp(e) Libris Reviews
, June 2008

 

04 Drunken Boats

The Poetry Review, Spring Edition 2008

The Guardian, 19 January, 2008

Times Online, 17 December, 2007

Times Online, 2 December 2007

 

05 Proust, Blanchot and a Woman in Red

PN Review, Volume, 17 2008

Condalmo, 17 January 2008

 

06 Text on Textile

Journal for Weavers, Spinners and Dyers, September 2008

 

07 Days Bygone

The Edinburgh Star, June 2008

The Quarterly Conversation, September 2011

Conversational Reading: The Rachel Shihor Interview, May 2013

 

08 When the Pie Was Opened

Times Literary Supplement, 16 October 2009

Translation and Literature, Issue 18 2009

Times Literary Supplement, 7 May 2008

 

09 Notes from the Hall of Uselessness

Of life, laughter and liturgy . . ., 11 September 2010

 

12 Lost and Found

The Guardian, 2 March 2010

 

14 Animal Inside

The National, 3 June 2011

The Guardian, (Books of the year) 19 November 2010,

Der Tagesspiegel, 2 October 2010

Hungarian Literature Online, 28 September 2010

Good Reads, 16 November 2010

Vertigo, July 2011

Words Without Borders, August 2011
The Arts Fuse, August 2011

Full Stop, August 2011

The L Magazine, August 2011

The New York Review of Books, September 2011

Review of Contemporary Fiction/The Dalkey Archive Press, October 2011

Good Reading Copy [blog], August 2013

On Adapting Laszlo Krasznahorkai’s Animalinside , Music and Literature, February 2014

 

16 Writing Beckett’s Letters

Spectator Book blog, 27 July 2011

A Piece of Monologue, 26 July 2011

Conversational Reading, 27 July 2011

Conversational Reading, 11 July 2011

ReadySteadyBlog August 2011

 

C18 Her Not All Her

The Complete Review, November 2012

Vertigo, 28 December, 2012

The Coffin Factory, June 6 2013

 

Chinese Classical Furniture

1stdibs, September 2011
Antiques and the Arts Weekly, March 2013
Orientations, March 2013

 

Contemplating Rocks

The Art Newspaper, December 2012
Christie's, March–April 2013

 

Stalin is Dead

Asymptote, December 2012
Music and Literature, Janaury 2014