Posts Tagged ‘angouleme’
Say yes to cheese and grapes.
Take a pause to really see what you’ve accomplished, and celebrate it. Today, I’m celebrating the release of my new podcast.Read More
Angoulême festival 2015! Trish Trash!
In addition to the usual festival craziness, this year’s event will be particularly exciting for me, as it will mark the first time I’ve originated a book in French, with a French publisher, thus achieving a goal I set for myself the very first time I went to FIBD, back in 1998 (although then I said I wanted to do it in 5 years). True fact. Ask Tom Devlin.Read More
Pros/cons, ups/downs, love/hate: Life in France after almost a year
The answers to your burning questions: Is it great? Are you happy? When are you coming back? Does socialism work??Read More
Out of the frying pan
On arriving in France (thought, mostly, at 320 kilometers per hour*)
I took the high-speed TGV train last week from Angoulême, France, where I live as of about a month ago, to Charles de Gaulle airport in Paris. It was the first chance I’d had to really sit and compose my thoughts about leaving my old life in Brooklyn and starting a new one in small-town France.Read More
La Perdida nominated for Essentiels d’Angoulême Award
La Perdida is one of only 44 books nominated this year for the Prix d’Angoulême out of 4000 released in French in 2006.Read More