From Here On, Monsters
Elizabeth Bryer is a writer and translator who specialises in Spanish literary fiction. She talks to Emma Young about her debut novel, From Here On, Monsters, a compelling modern mystery that tells the tale of an academic who has been missing for 11 years
Elizabeth Bryer grew up in Heyfield and now lives in Birraranga/Melbourne, on never-ceded sovereign lands of the Gunaikurnai and Kulin nations respectively. Novels she has translated from Spanish include Claudia Salazar Jiménez's Blood of the Dawn (Deep Vellum, 2016) and Aleksandra Lun's The Palimpsests (David R. Godine, 2019), for which she was awarded a PEN/Heim from PEN America. She was inaugural translations editor of The Lifted Brow, and she is still hanging around at Brow Books. Her first novel From Here On, Monsters was published in August 2019.
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Sat 22 Feb 1pm