RARA-AVIS: EUROPOLAR n° 8 - on line

From: E. Borgers ( webeurop@yahoo.fr)
Date: 13 Feb 2007

The new EUROPOLAR 8 international magazine is on line.
  This time, among others, you will find the following articles in English:
  - presentation of the first volume of Francis Lacassin's Memoirs; this French essayist, a specialist for genre literatures, did an early pioneering work in France, since de mid-sixties, in order to rehabilitate fiction in all its forms, from crime stories to adventures and juveniles. He was also the editor of an incredible re-issue of the *complete* works (52 volumes issued in mass paperback edition) of Jack London in the seventies, allowing the French readers to rediscover the value of this then underrated writer.
  - The detailed presentation of a specialist bookshop: "Hammett" in Berlin (Germany)
  - Novels and short stories reviews. In this chapter, among others from European origin, the presentation of a crime novel written during WWII by a painter belonging to the Belgian surrealists group: Max Servais- title: The Lion's Jaws (La gueule du loup - first published in 1944)
  - An agenda of the 2007 events : conventions, conferences, gatherings…etc
  To access EUROPOLAR, the magazine fully devoted to European crime and mystery fiction, go to: http://www.europolar.eu/
  If you read another language, besides English, you will discover even more original articles produced by editors in Germany, Spain, Italy, Belgium and France (but most of them are translated in five languages).
  You may also access to the older issues of the magazine, by following the link "Archives", at the bottom of the Summary page.
  Another way is to access to the previous articles is by the links given by the graphic labels, found at the top of any page (e.g.: "Fiction" leads to a list of all the short stories which were published in EUROPOLAR).
  I think it's worth a visit.

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