Let Us Spring Our News On You!

Dear friends, In these troubled times, we wish to carry on looking at the good things that happen to our authors, and share our enthusiasm with you!

« Otages » by Nina Bouraoui – the striking portrait of a woman and the story of her liberation struggle - was awarded the prestigious Prix Anaïs Nin, after having been licensed in Sweden (Elizabeth Grate) and Spain (Destino).

 

The apocalyptic, yet highly topical, « Et toujours les forêts » by Sandrine Collette was sold in Italy (e /o) and World English (Europa). And while it won the Prix de la Closerie des Lilas, the book still is in the short list of the Grand Prix RTL/Lire et le prix des lecteurs L'Express/BFMTV.

 

Louise Mey’s literary noir « La Deuxième Femme », listed for the Prix Maison de la Presse, was sold to Pushkin Press/Vertigo, which will publish it in English worldwide.

 

Adèle Bréau’s latest work « Frangines », a bittersweet combination of family secrets and Provençal landscapes, has just been sold to Sekwa in Sweden.

 

 

Take care and do not hesitate contacting us for any inquiry!