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New Vessel Press, founded in New York City in 2012, is an independent publishing house specializing in fiction and narrative nonfiction in translation. In bringing books from other countries to English-speaking readers, we offer captivating, thought-provoking works with beautifully-designed covers and high production values. We scour the globe looking for the best stories, knowing that only a frac

New Vessel Press, founded in New York City in 2012, is an independent publishing house specializing in fiction and narrative nonfiction in translation. In bringing books from other countries to English-speaking readers, we offer captivating, thought-provoking works with beautifully-designed covers and high production values. We scour the globe looking for the best stories, knowing that only a frac

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UNTRACEABLE by Sergei Lebedev, "a brilliant tale of espionage," is named by CrimeReads one of the Best International Cri...
12/17/2021
The Best International Crime Novels of 2021

UNTRACEABLE by Sergei Lebedev, "a brilliant tale of espionage," is named by CrimeReads one of the Best International Crime Novels of 2021. "As riveting as it is profound, this powerful story will linger (like its poisonous contents) long after you finish reading it."
https://crimereads.com/best-international-crime-novels-2021/

International fiction has played a role of particular importance during the past two years as our worlds have shrunk, making it even more imperative to travel via fiction and film. This year featur…

Editors at So New | Necessary Fiction name AND THE BRIDE CLOSED THE DOOR one of the most memorable books read in 2021, c...
12/07/2021

Editors at So New | Necessary Fiction name AND THE BRIDE CLOSED THE DOOR one of the most memorable books read in 2021, calling Ronit Matalon's novel translated from Hebrew by Jessica Cohen "an experiment in the narrative possibilities of defiance ... On the morning of her wedding, a bride locks herself in her room and refuses to come out. In her refusal, she acts like an explosives expert, deftly blasting open huge spaces into which two families, whose merger she is expected to effect, instead spin and drift." An extraordinary book filled with "hilarity, grief, longing."
http://necessaryfiction.com/reviews/RecommendedReading2021

Editors at So New | Necessary Fiction name AND THE BRIDE CLOSED THE DOOR one of the most memorable books read in 2021, calling Ronit Matalon's novel translated from Hebrew by Jessica Cohen "an experiment in the narrative possibilities of defiance ... On the morning of her wedding, a bride locks herself in her room and refuses to come out. In her refusal, she acts like an explosives expert, deftly blasting open huge spaces into which two families, whose merger she is expected to effect, instead spin and drift." An extraordinary book filled with "hilarity, grief, longing."
http://necessaryfiction.com/reviews/RecommendedReading2021

Visit the New Vessel Press pop-up store today in NYC on Broadway and West 75th. #ReBookingManhattan
12/05/2021

Visit the New Vessel Press pop-up store today in NYC on Broadway and West 75th. #ReBookingManhattan

“Palace of Flies is one of those rare biographical novels that bring a whole world to life in a way that lingers in memo...
12/02/2021

“Palace of Flies is one of those rare biographical novels that bring a whole world to life in a way that lingers in memory. This is an important book in which Walter Kappacher holds a peculiarly sharp mirror to the past and shows us, as all good historical novels do, an eerily astute glimpse at our present.”—Jay Parini, author of Borges and Me https://newvesselpress.com/books/palace-of-flies/

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11/27/2021

Put New Vessel Press books on your shopping list.

Put New Vessel Press books on your shopping list.

Emerging from today's Russia, where the crimes of the past are being forcefully erased from public memory, this masterfu...
11/23/2021

Emerging from today's Russia, where the crimes of the past are being forcefully erased from public memory, this masterful novel by Sergei Lebedev in Antonina W. Bouis's translation represents an epic literary attempt to rescue history from the brink of oblivion.
https://bookshop.org/books/oblivion-9781939931252/9781939931252
https://www.nytimes.com/2021/11/22/world/europe/russia-memorial-prosecution.html

Emerging from today's Russia, where the crimes of the past are being forcefully erased from public memory, this masterful novel by Sergei Lebedev in Antonina W. Bouis's translation represents an epic literary attempt to rescue history from the brink of oblivion.
https://bookshop.org/books/oblivion-9781939931252/9781939931252
https://www.nytimes.com/2021/11/22/world/europe/russia-memorial-prosecution.html

"For a thriller that really makes sense of international politics, seek out Sergei Lebedev’s UNTRACEABLE," says the Brit...
11/20/2021
The best new crime fiction and thrillers to buy for Christmas 2021

"For a thriller that really makes sense of international politics, seek out Sergei Lebedev’s UNTRACEABLE," says the British paper The Telegraph, calling it one of "the best new crime fiction and thrillers to buy for Christmas 2021 ... It’s an eccentric, slow-burning book, but one that really sheds light on why Russia has spent so long in thrall to leaders whose systematic poisoning of their enemies is a literal manifestation of what they do to the whole country."

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/books/what-to-read/best-new-crime-fiction-thrillers-buy-christmas-2021/

John le Carré’s mantle was taken up by (wait for it) Hillary Clinton, in a year when writers found new ways to surprise us

DISTANT FATHERS is "one-of-a-kind," "stunning" and "unforgettable," says Full Stop. "Treasures await in this work," Jean...
11/17/2021
Distant Fathers – Marina Jarre

DISTANT FATHERS is "one-of-a-kind," "stunning" and "unforgettable," says Full Stop. "Treasures await in this work," Jeanne Bonner writes of the memoir by Marina Jarre in Ann Goldstein's "fine translation ... Jarre’s English-language debut is a story of an unforgettable life full of heartbreaking moments, and the author honors the genre of memoir by presenting her life and herself truthfully, warts and all."

https://www.full-stop.net/2021/11/17/reviews/jeanne-bonner/distant-fathers-marina-jarre-2/

Some writers are made to pen memoirs.

Second STARRED review for POLLAK'S ARM by Hans von Trotha for lovers of Rome and the world of antiquity, centered on one...
11/16/2021
Fiction Book Review: Pollak’s Arm by Hans von Trotha, trans. from the German by Elisabeth Lauffer. New Vessel, $16.95 trade paper (160p) ISBN 978-1-954404-00-7

Second STARRED review for POLLAK'S ARM by Hans von Trotha for lovers of Rome and the world of antiquity, centered on one of the greatest masterpieces of all time. "Brilliant ... A cautionary tale about the beauty of art often being no match for the boot and the fist. This multilayered account of myth and injustice has much to offer."— Publishers Weekly
https://www.publishersweekly.com/978-1-954404-00-7

German historian and novelist von Trotha (The English Garden) offers a brilliant take on collector and curator Ludwig Pollak (1868–1943), whose discovery of the missing right arm of the Vatic

UNTRACEABLE, the psychological thriller by acclaimed Russian author Sergei Lebedev about the Kremlin's quest for the ult...
11/15/2021
Best of 2021 | Kirkus Reviews

UNTRACEABLE, the psychological thriller by acclaimed Russian author Sergei Lebedev about the Kremlin's quest for the ultimate venom to retaliate against its critics, is named to another best list of fiction for 2021. Translated by Antonina W. Bouis.
https://www.kirkusreviews.com/best-of/2021/fiction/books/

We kick off the first of three issues of Kirkus Reviews that celebrate the best books of 2021 with the year's best fiction and nonfiction, selected from more than 3,300 books reviewed in both genres.

Missed hearing Philippe Costamagna talk about his book THE EYE: AN INSIDER'S MEMOIR OF MASTERPIECES, MONEY, AND THE MAGN...
11/11/2021

Missed hearing Philippe Costamagna talk about his book THE EYE: AN INSIDER'S MEMOIR OF MASTERPIECES, MONEY, AND THE MAGNETISM OF ART? You can watch this excellent program, sponsored by American Friends of the Louvre and The National Arts Club, at your leisure by clicking the link below. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pPTOIApMaRY

Missed hearing Philippe Costamagna talk about his book THE EYE: AN INSIDER'S MEMOIR OF MASTERPIECES, MONEY, AND THE MAGNETISM OF ART? You can watch this excellent program, sponsored by American Friends of the Louvre and The National Arts Club, at your leisure by clicking the link below. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pPTOIApMaRY

"A work that weaves art and history into a fascinating tale."—STARRED review in Kirkus Reviews for POLLAK'S ARM by Hans ...
11/10/2021

"A work that weaves art and history into a fascinating tale."—STARRED review in Kirkus Reviews for POLLAK'S ARM by Hans von Trotha and translated by Elisabeth Lauffer. “Enthralling ... A great read,” says Philippe de Montebello, former director, Metropolitan Museum of Art.
https://newvesselpress.com/books/pollaks-arm/

"A work that weaves art and history into a fascinating tale."—STARRED review in Kirkus Reviews for POLLAK'S ARM by Hans von Trotha and translated by Elisabeth Lauffer. “Enthralling ... A great read,” says Philippe de Montebello, former director, Metropolitan Museum of Art.
https://newvesselpress.com/books/pollaks-arm/

Online TODAY at noon EST, watch author Philippe Costamagna discuss his book THE EYE that lifts the veil on the secretive...
11/09/2021

Online TODAY at noon EST, watch author Philippe Costamagna discuss his book THE EYE that lifts the veil on the secretive world of connoisseurs summoned to Swiss bank vaults, Fifth Avenue apartments and Tokyo storerooms—entrusted by collectors, dealers and museums to decide if a coveted painting is real or fake. https://aflouvre.org/events-and-press

Online TODAY at noon EST, watch author Philippe Costamagna discuss his book THE EYE that lifts the veil on the secretive world of connoisseurs summoned to Swiss bank vaults, Fifth Avenue apartments and Tokyo storerooms—entrusted by collectors, dealers and museums to decide if a coveted painting is real or fake. https://aflouvre.org/events-and-press

Another report on New Vessel Press at the Frankfurt Book Fair/ Frankfurter Buchmesse. “We really wanted to send a signal...
10/26/2021
Frankfurter Buchmesse Goers: ‘So Nice To Be Home Again’

Another report on New Vessel Press at the Frankfurt Book Fair/ Frankfurter Buchmesse. “We really wanted to send a signal by coming here that if you want these international fairs to take place and reap the pleasures and rewards, it’s important to show up."
https://publishingperspectives.com/2021/10/frankfurter-buchmesse-goers-so-nice-to-be-home-again-covid19/

Trade visitors and exhibitors at Frankfurter Buchmesse spoke of the importance of supporting trade shows and doing business in person…

Advance acclaim is mounting for THE VANISHED COLLECTION, which Publishers Weekly calls riveting, remarkable and moving. ...
10/25/2021
Nonfiction Book Review: The Vanished Collection by Pauline Baer de Perignon, trans. from the French by Natasha Lehrer. New Vessel, $17.95 trade paper (256p) ISBN 978-1-939931-98-6

Advance acclaim is mounting for THE VANISHED COLLECTION, which Publishers Weekly calls riveting, remarkable and moving. "This page-turner will delight art history and mystery fans alike." A memoir about uncovering buried family secrets and stolen art treasures, written by Pauline Baer de Perignon and beautifully translated from the French by Natasha Lehrer.
https://www.publishersweekly.com/978-1-939931-98-6

Baer de Perignon recounts her remarkable quest to pursue her family’s lost art collection in this riveting debut. When she learned from a cousin that paintings owned by her great-grandfather, a respec

New Vessel Press in Publishers Weekly report on the Frankfurt Book Fair. “Yes, it’s notably quieter than usual, although...
10/23/2021
Frankfurt Book Fair 2021: A Quieter Affair

New Vessel Press in Publishers Weekly report on the Frankfurt Book Fair. “Yes, it’s notably quieter than usual, although having 35 appointments spread out over three days, when I usually have over 50, it’s been hectic enough. I’ve been coming to Frankfurt annually since 2013, and this fair is a strange one. Still, being here has been incredibly rewarding.” https://www.publishersweekly.com/pw/by-topic/international/Frankfurt-Book-Fair/article/87710-frankfurt-book-fair-2021-a-quieter-affair.html

Though far from a normal fair—the hybrid event was significantly scaled down in terms of attendance—those who did go were happy to reconnect with colleagues.

Listen to this National Public Radio affiliate KRWG program about THE PIANO STUDENT, a novel about regret, secrecy and m...
10/21/2021

Listen to this National Public Radio affiliate KRWG program about THE PIANO STUDENT, a novel about regret, secrecy and music, involving an affair between the great pianist Vladimir Horowitz and a young male student in the late 1930s. "You are telling a story that even his biographers either purposefully or not, never included," host Leora Zeitlin says in conversation with author Lea Singer and translator Elisabeth Lauffer. "This is a daring book in a lot of ways." https://www.krwg.org/post/secret-love-affair-vladimir-horowitz-interview-lea-singer-and-elisabeth-lauffer

Being one of a handful of Americans at this year's Frankfurt Book Fair/Frankfurter Buchmesse means a particularly warm w...
10/20/2021

Being one of a handful of Americans at this year's Frankfurt Book Fair/Frankfurter Buchmesse means a particularly warm welcome for New Vessel Press in meetings with publishers and literary agents from around the world. Visitors to the fair are limited to 25,000 per day, with 2,000 exhibitors from 80 countries this year, a decrease of 75 per cent over 2019. Last year's fair was canceled due to Covid.

The heroes of I Belong to Vienna, the defiant memoir by Anna Goldenberg about why her grandparents returned to the city ...
10/16/2021

The heroes of I Belong to Vienna, the defiant memoir by Anna Goldenberg about why her grandparents returned to the city that tried to murder them, are part of a new open-air exhibition on the Austrian capital plaza where tens of thousands hailed Hitler's takeover in 1938. The Heldenplatz exhibit outlines how the Viennese spearheaded the deadly persecution of Jews under N**i rule. Reviewing the book, The Forward said it "will leave Americans fascinated by the cruelty and loyalty born in the city of Sigmund Freud, Gustav Mahler, and Anna Goldenberg."

American Friends of the Louvre and The National Arts Club invite you to an online conversation with art historian Philip...
10/13/2021

American Friends of the Louvre and The National Arts Club invite you to an online conversation with art historian Philippe Costamagna about his book THE EYE: An Insider’s Memoir of Masterpieces, Money, and the Magnetism of Art, on Tuesday, Nov. 9, at 12 p.m. EST. https://aflouvre.org/event/authentication-and-discovery-of-old-master-artworks-with-philippe-costamagna-and-michael-z-wise/American

American Friends of the Louvre and The National Arts Club invite you to an online conversation with art historian Philippe Costamagna about his book THE EYE: An Insider’s Memoir of Masterpieces, Money, and the Magnetism of Art, on Tuesday, Nov. 9, at 12 p.m. EST. https://aflouvre.org/event/authentication-and-discovery-of-old-master-artworks-with-philippe-costamagna-and-michael-z-wise/American

"Engrossing ... This book—aside from its flowing style, compelling storyline and intriguing twists and turns—adds such a...
10/11/2021

"Engrossing ... This book—aside from its flowing style, compelling storyline and intriguing twists and turns—adds such an important chapter to the Holocaust narrative and its culture-centered subset. Its ultimate theme is really about restituting memory—that most significant of characteristics that makes humans human. "—Holocaust Art Restitution Project on THE VANISHED COLLECTION

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"Engrossing ... This book—aside from its flowing style, compelling storyline and intriguing twists and turns—adds such an important chapter to the Holocaust narrative and its culture-centered subset. Its ultimate theme is really about restituting memory—that most significant of characteristics that makes humans human. "—Holocaust Art Restitution Project on THE VANISHED COLLECTION

https://plundered-art.blogspot.com/

“This enthralling novel describes an undying passion for antiquity with an underlying theme of great poignancy. A great ...
10/06/2021

“This enthralling novel describes an undying passion for antiquity with an underlying theme of great poignancy. A great read."—Philippe de Montebello, former director of the Metropolitan Museum of Art on POLLAK’S ARM, translated from the German by Elisabeth Lauffer.
https://newvesselpress.com/books/pollaks-arm/

Nothing like the Brooklyn Book Festival! Can't wait for more opportunities for in person meetings with New Vessel Press ...
10/06/2021

Nothing like the Brooklyn Book Festival! Can't wait for more opportunities for in person meetings with New Vessel Press readers.

The Brooklyn Book Festival is back and New Vessel Press is there! Visit us today at booth number 410a, just north of Bro...
10/03/2021

The Brooklyn Book Festival is back and New Vessel Press is there! Visit us today at booth number 410a, just north of Brooklyn Borough Hall near the fountain between Court Street and the Kings County Supreme Court.

The Brooklyn Book Festival is back and New Vessel Press will be there! Visit us this Sunday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., at booth...
10/01/2021

The Brooklyn Book Festival is back and New Vessel Press will be there! Visit us this Sunday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., at booth number 410a, just north of Brooklyn Borough Hall near the fountain between Court Street and the Kings County Supreme Court.

The Brooklyn Book Festival is back and New Vessel Press will be there! Visit us this Sunday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., at booth number 410a, just north of Brooklyn Borough Hall near the fountain between Court Street and the Kings County Supreme Court.

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Don’t miss this fascinating virtual talk on Old Master authentication between Philippe Costamagna and Michael Z. Wise! Taking place November 9, the conversation will be hosted by the The National Arts Club and American Friends of the Louvre. Author Philippe Costamagna will discuss his book “The Eye: An Insider's Memoir of Masterpieces, Money, and the Magnetism of Art,” which lifts the veil on the labyrinth-like process behind the discovery and authentication of Old Master artworks. Costamagna will give us a rare insider’s perspective on the circle of experts and connoisseurs devoted to this prestigious task. A specialist in 16th-century Italian painting and director of the Musée des Beaux-Arts in Ajaccio, Corsica, he will be joined by Michael Z. Wise, co-founder of New Vessel Press, the imprint behind the newly released publication. (https://www.eventbrite.com/e/authentication-and-discovery-of-old-master-artworks-registration-190513861087 )
In translation: "This singular autobiography unfurls from author Marina Jarre’s native Latvia during the 1920s and ’30s and expands southward to the Italian countryside. In distinctive writing as poetic as it is precise, Jarre depicts an exceptionally multinational and complicated family: her elusive, handsome father—a Jew who perished in the Holocaust; her severe, cultured mother—an Italian Lutheran who translated Russian literature; and her sister and Latvian grandparents. Jarre tells of her passage from childhood to adolescence, first as a linguistic minority in a Baltic nation and then in traumatic exile to Italy after her parents’ divorce. Jarre lives with her maternal grandparents, French-speaking Waldensian Protestants in the Alpine valleys southwest of Turin, where she finds fascist Italy a problematic home for a Riga-born Jew. This memoir—likened to Speak, Memory by Vladimir Nabokov or Annie Ernaux’s The Years and now translated into English for the first time—probes questions of time, language, womanhood, belonging and estrangement, while asking what homeland can be for those who have none, or many more than one." New Vessel Press
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“[A] multilingual interior monologue. . .a flood of narratives, images, and dreams outside of time [that] show a woman fumbling for her identity. . .” Hannah Weber on DISTANT FATHERS by Marina Jarre, tr. Ann Goldstein (New Vessel Press).
Con molto piacere vi mostriamo oggi l'edizione in lingua inglese della New Vessel Press del memoir di Marina Jarre “I padri lontani”, appena tornato sugli scaffali anche in Italia a cura di Marta Barone. Presto vedranno la luce anche le traduzioni in spagnolo, tedesco, turco, olandese e naturalmente lettone. Vivian Gornick ha definito il libro «a beautifully ingenious memoir, saturated in the history of the European 20th century», e anche molti altri scrittori e studiosi di memori si sono detti entusiasti: «Marina Jarre's astonishing work reads like a dreamscape. Here, a Nabokovian memory mingles with meditations on homeland, womanhood, and sexuality. A book both sharp as a blade and glistening like a river in the sun» ha scritto Lila Azam Zanganeh. E voi avete già riscoperto Marina Jarre?
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Recommended: What's Left of the Night - Ersi Sotiropoulos My enjoyment of What’s Left of the Night increased dramatically after I stopped reading and did a bit of online research on Cavafy, possibly the most celebrated Mediterranean q***r poet since Antiquity. Herein lies my advice to future self (and fellow readers). Before starting this novel by acclaimed Greek writer Ersi Sotiropoulos, I had only read two or three of Cavafy’s poems. He’d popped up here and there in my reading, in books or articles by Daniel Mendelsohn and Andre Aciman, brief but indirect glimpses of a towering figure of turn-of-the-century literature. What’s Left of the Night isn’t a biography, focusing instead on three days Cavafy spends in Paris with his brother in the summer of 1897. When I put the book down, perhaps a third of the way through, I was frustrated by the mundane details of the brothers’ trip. Much was made of where they should eat and who they should try to meet. They hang out with the “tout Paris”, the aristocrats and intellectuals who make-up the literati, and yet no one seems to have anything insightful to say. They vaguely search for the Ark, a secret underground party whispered about for its debauchery. Cavafy agonises about what an influential local writer may or may not think of his poetry, and the homosexual desires that he can no longer deny. Come on! This is one of the world’s greatest q***r poets, in the world’s cultural capital, at a moment when the continent is on the cusp of colossal transformation. Is that all you have for me? I shut the book and put it away. Often, when a piece of writing doesn’t make sense, I turn inward rather than against the author. What am I not getting? Irritated, I read a few reader comments and reviews: the frustration wasn’t mine alone. There is both too much exposition and too little. I am not an erudite reader, was I missing context? I found a few of his poems online (the recently published Mendelsohn translations were priced out of my reach). Appreciating poetry does not come easy to me, but Cavafy’s verse felt lucid, clear and pierced with insight. I read some biographical notes. Aha! There was the context. Finally, I settled on an interpretation of this book that allowed me not only to persist but, eventually, to enjoy it thoroughly. Cavafy’s celebrated style came into being as the century turned, shortly after his Parisian trip. By 1897, I’m told, the 34 year-old Cavafy had written very little of lasting significance. This seemingly innocuous interlude is not a revealing glimpse into the mind of a great poet. It’s the last days of a mediocre talent about to rebel against everything that has informed his writing to date. Sotiropoulos doesn’t describe the click of the artist finding his voice exactly, she explores the moments that immediately precede it. The young poet’s Parisian long weekend takes on a new meaning through this lens. The critics’ opinion should matter to the poet as much as ornithology matters to birds. The intellectuals’ pronouncements are irrelevant. The aristocrats’ gossip is just noise. The ornament and lyricism of Cavafy’s own writing are nothing but an affect to be shed. Rhymes, it turns out, are a prison. And the desire and transgression that his contemporaries seek – in the form of an illicit party accessible only to those in the know – pale in comparison to Cavafy’s own true longings. The real epiphany of What’s Left of the Night, felt like deeply buried treasure, at least in the eyes of this superficial reader. In reality, it was right there beneath the surface. Cavafy cannot become a true poet until he follows his own illicit yearning and emancipates himself from the rules and conservative conventions of society. His rising, inexorable desire – expressed in a feverish and hallucinatory scene where he fingers a hole in the upholstery of a chair behind which sits the object of his lust – is the key that unlocks this creativity. The truth he finds in himself, after a couple of sleepless nights and exhausting flaneries through the capital, is the true rupture he needs to free his poetry from the need to please others or follow trends. Meanwhile, I also wondered if a knowledgeable Cavafy enthusiast might glean another layer of meaning from the prosaic meanderings and superficial observations recorded in this travelogue. Will some of the seemingly unimportant observations of the fledgling poet find their way into his future verse, transformed through creative genius? I guess the only way to find out is to read the poet’s work… Don’t you love it when that happens? -- What's Left of the Night by Έρση Σωτηροπούλου / Ersi Sotiropoulos is translated by Karen Emmerich and published by New Vessel Press (2018)
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