One thought on “Sprachbund, Issue 1”

  1. I really enjoyed the unusual pieces in this literary journal which is broad in it's scope. There are travel pieces, stories and folk tales from European places I never have an opportunity to hear about as well as stories set in Ireland and Israel (some pieces are from the 20'and 30's and would appeal to readers who enjoy 20th century European literature such as. Stefan Zweig and Josef Roth.) The translation really flows. It was a great way to access writers that I otherwise wouldn't have heard o [...]

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