Author: s.samuelsson

Werner Herzog’s Fitzcarraldo

Werner Herzog’s Fitzcarraldo

Few films in German film history have generated more buzz and speculation long before their actual release than Werner Herzog’s Fitzcarraldo, only a handful have left as many legends about… READ MORE

Behind Gustav Mahler’s Anniversaries

Behind Gustav Mahler’s Anniversaries

Orchestras don’t usually need special reasons to highlight the music of the late-Romantic Austrian composer Gustav Mahler (1860–1911). His titanic symphonies and delicate songs have shaped musical life in the… READ MORE

Books to look out for in September 2019

Books to look out for in September 2019

Fake news is not a term you’d have heard often four years ago, but one that is now littered across political debates, newspaper headlines and endless social media statuses. But… READ MORE

Celebrating Women in Translation Month

Celebrating Women in Translation Month

This August we celebrate Women in Translation Month. Women in Translation month began in 2014, from the initiative of book blogger Meytal Radzinski. Radzinski set out to encourage and challenge… READ MORE