In the latest issue of Open Letters Monthly I write about the Roman writer Mihail Sebastian, whose rediscovered masterpiece For Two Thousand Years (1934) is available in a brilliant new translation.
Thanks to the good people at Other Press, I have an extra galley of the book to give away. If you’re interested, leave a comment below; I’ll draw a name at random at 6 p.m. Central Time on Sunday, October 8th (North American addresses only, I’m afraid.)
It’s such a good book–maybe my book of the year; I encourage you to enter!
I’ve read so many good things about this one. Sign me up for a chance.
Absolutely! So far your chances look excellent…
And me too! A nice chance to read something new to me.
The random number generator (a.k.a. a flipped coin) has spoken–and Steve is the winner! (I wish I had two copies to give away–sorry, Teresa.) Steve, can you DM me on Twitter with your address? Thanks to both of you for your interest.