Wednesday, March 25, 2009

Novelist and Translator Maureen Freely on The Writing Life in Washington Post

Maureen Freely, author of Enlightenment, talks about the writing life in a recent essay in The Washington Post. Freely, widely known as the translator of Orhan Pamuk's "Snow," "Istanbul" and "Other Colours," is also a novelist, journalist, lecturer, and human rights advocate. Listen to Marie Arana's accompanying podcast interview with Freely on The Washington Post Bookworld website. Enlightenment will be published in paperback in June 2009.

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