Tsipi Keller was born in Prague, raised in Israel, studied in Paris, and has been living in the U.S. since 1974. Novelist and translator and the author of ten books, she is the recipient of several literary awards, including National Endowment for the Arts Translation Fellowships, New York Foundation for the Arts Fiction grants, and an Armand G. Erpf Translation Award from Columbia University. Her translations have appeared in literary journals and anthologies in the U.S. and Europe, as well as in The Posen Library of Jewish Culture and Civilization (Yale University Press, 2012). Her most recent translation collections are: Raquel Chalfi's Reality Crumbs (SUNY Press, 2015), and Erez Bitton's You Who Cross My Path (BOA Editions, 2015). Her most recent novels are Elsa (Spuyten Duyvil, 2014) and The Prophet of Tenth Street (SUNY Press, 2012). Futureman, a volume of Selected Poems by the Hebrew poet David Avidan is forthcoming from Phoneme Media (June 2017)
Two Serious Ladies; The Tortoises; The Awakening; Good Morning Midnight; Tender Buttons; all of Flannery O'Connor; all of Virginia Woolf; all of Boris Vian; all of William Faulkner; Wonderful Wonderful Times; all of Samuel Beckett; The Tenants; all of Thomas Bernhard; all of David Markson; Life: A User's Manual; The Book of Disquietude; Do You Hear Them; Life with a Star; Splendide Hotel; The Life of Henry Bruvard; The Aunt's Story; Mr. Palomar; Prof. Pnin; all of Edith Wharton; Leash; all of Jakov Lind; all of Will Self; Blood Lake (Jim Krusoe); Cows (Matthew Stokoe), Notes from the Underground; Bouvard et Pecuchet; Richard McNally; Joy Williams; Barry Hannah; Alfred Chester; Pere Goriot.
Spuyten Duyvil Book Party For Poet Bill Evans And Novelist Tsipi Keller
Tuesday, May 20 7:00p to 9:00p
85 E. Fourth St., New York, NY, 10003
Tsipi Keller be reading from Elsa -- the last in the trilogy (after Jackpot and Retelling) -- and Bill Evans will read from Modern Adventures
I've found "Hitler's Moustache," right over his upper lip, and now I shall read it.
Thanks for your kind comments about Mosefolket. I hope it doesn't disappoint. Stay warm.