Australia’s taste for translated literature is getting broader, and that’s a good thing

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About Apple and Knife,
Written by Alice Whitmore, and was originally published in The Conversation,
May 22, 2018


In 2018 the rights to Brow Books’ first translated title – the short fiction collection Apple and Knife, written by Indonesian-born Intan Paramaditha and translated by New Zealand scholar Stephen Epstein – were sold to Harvill Secker, an imprint of Random House UK, demonstrating that Australian translations have global appeal, too.

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