Press

Tender Is the FleshAgustina Bazterrica, Pushkin Press/Scribner, 2020

If You’d Eat a Cow, Would You Eat a Person, Electric Lit, Sep 30, 2020

La “distopía caníbal” de una escritora argentina que elogian en Estados Unidos, La Nación, Aug 5, 2020

What if the Meat We Ate Was Human? The New York Times, Aug 4, 2020

Humans Are the Ultimate Food Staple in Agustina Bazterrica’s Dystopian “Tender is the Flesh,” Words Without Borders, July/Aug, 2020

Can a book make you vegan? BBC Culture, Apr 27, 2020

Tender Is the Flesh by Agustina Bazterrica review – a prizewinning Argentinian dystopia, The Guardian, Feb 21, 2020

What’s new in sci-fi? The latest titles reviewed, The Financial Times, Feb 14, 2020

Tender is the Flesh by Agustina Bazterrica review – would you eat roast human? The Times, Feb 8, 2020


Die, My Love, Ariana Harwicz, Charco Press, 2017 

Wanting Wrong, The New York Review of Books, July 23, 2020

The Best Translated Books You Missed in 2019, Words Without Borders, Dec 17, 2019

Motherhood Meets Lust and Violence in Ariana Harwicz’s “Die, My Love,” The New Yorker, Oct 17, 2019

Die, My Love, Kirkus Reviews, Aug 19, 2019

Charco Press: Making Waves with Writers from Across the PondGlasgow Review of Books, July 19, 2018

‘You’re getting on my biscuits’: can you translate these word idioms? – quizThe Guardian, May 21, 2018

8 Professional Translators Choose Their Favorite ‘Untranslatable’ WordsMental Floss, May 17, 2018

Die, My Love by Ariana HarwiczLatin American Literature Today 6, May 2018

Die, My Love interview with Ariana Harwicz, Sarah Moses, and Carolina Orloff, The Man Booker Prize, April 9, 2018

La escritora argentina Ariana Harwicz fue nominada para el prestigioso premio Man Bookerinfobae, March 12, 2018

Otra vez, una escritora argentina compite por el premio Man Booker InternationalLa Nación, March 12, 2018 

Die, My Love by Ariana Harwicz review – a touch of David LynchThe Guardian, December 22, 2017

They had no idea, new fiction from an inspired ArgentinaThe Times Literary Supplement, December 20, 2017


Those Problems, Sarah Moses, Proper Tales Press, 2016 

Ongoing notes: the Ottawa small press book fairRob McLennan’s blog, December 3, 2016