Architectural Digest agrees Portugal is what’s up–Azores ranks #2 in top 20 destinations of 2018! As it happens, that’s where our new QUIET residency is located…
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Stefan Kiesbye (Disquiet Faculty ’15) wrote about losing his home in the Santa Rosa fires for the LA Times. Read his beautiful piece. His family is safe!
St. Petersburg Review‘s new issue features incredible work and translations and new pieces by Disquiet alums Yma Johnson and Morgan Fox!
Amina Gautier (Disquiet alum ’15 and guest ’17) continues racking up the honors for her latest! The Loss of All Lost Things was just named a finalist for the Hurston/Wright Awards. Congrats, Amina!!!
Architectural Digest tells us why our next trip should be to Lisbon… We couldn’t agree more!
“Pessoa ruminates about pretty much everything, often entering enlightening and sorrowful spaces while battling life’s eternal questions. Recently released by New Directions with a brand new translation, The Book of Disquiet is in its most complete form ever.” Read more here!
Many Disquieters may remember this poem, a Paris Review staff pick!
“This week what I’m picking is translation, all of it, in general, but also this poem by José Luis Peixoto from A Child in Ruins, translated by Hugo dos Santos. At KGB bar, dos Santos read it first in the original Portuguese, then in English:”
Disquiet ’17 Faculty Jensen Beach received the Vermont Book Award for his collection of stories, SWALLOWED BY THE COLD. Congratulations, Jensen!!
Check out Disquiet’s Scott Laughlin’s story “The Hat” in The Common!
Dear Disquiet friends,
As the summer winds down, we want to extend a special invitation for supporters and enthusiasts of Disquiet to enter the Dzanc/Disquiet Open Borders Book Prize, ending Sept. 15.
Global awareness, international communication, and multicultural understanding have always been the principal goals of the annual Disquiet Literary Festival in Lisbon. Established in 2017, the Dzanc Books/Disquiet Open Borders Book Prize seeks fiction and nonfiction that embodies these same tenets: book-length manuscripts expressing diverse points of view, exploring global ways of thinking and being, and taking readers into experiences far beyond their own, whether in the U.S. or half a world away. The winning submission will be awarded a $5,000 advance and publication in Fall 2018 by the Disquiet imprint of Dzanc Books.
The Open Borders Book Prize, along with our Prize for Fiction and Short Story Collection Prize, will close September 15, 2017. You can enter any of these contests via our Submittable page. There is a $25 submission fee for each entry. The winners will be announced on November 1, along with a list of finalists in each category.