Choose an issue from our bookshelf, and enjoy this digest in our reading room online.
The Trafika Europe online journal series (ISSN 2472-2138)
is a publication of Penn State University Libraries
Trafika Europe 8 – Romanian Holiday – Summer 2016 – Romanian fiction & poetry from Constantine Severin, Doina Ruşti, Claudiu Komartin, Mircea Cărtărescu, T O Bobe, Elise Wilk, Corina Bernic and Ioana Pârvulescu. plus exciting writing from Russia, Germany and Turkey
Trafika Europe 7 – Prayer – Spring 2016 – Ukrainian writing from Serhiy Zhadan, Natalka Bilotserkivets, Sofia Andrukhovych, Yuri Vynnychuk, Taras Melnychuk, Maria Matios, Tanya Maliarchuk, plus new lit from Faroese, Bosnian, Catalan and French
Trafika Europe 6 – Arabesque – Winter 2015-16 – new European-Arab literature from Faïza Guène (French-Algerian); Ibrahim al-Koni (Tuareg-Spain); Tahar Ben Jelloun (French-Moroccan); Alima Hamel (French-Algerian songs); Zaher Omareen (Syrian-UK), and Najat El-Hachmi (Catalan-Moroccan) – plus excerpts from notable novels by György Spiró (Hungary); Georgi Gospodinov (Bulgaria); Sergei Lebedev (Russia), and Per Højholt (Denmark); a short story from the Italian Dolomites by Catherine McNamara, and poetry by Vasyl Lozynsky (Ukraine).
Trafika Europe 5 – Slovenian Interlude – Autumn 2015 – new Slovenian literature from Maja Haderlap, Aleš Steger, Goran Vojnović, Tone Skrjanec, and Barbara Pogačnik – plus writing from Gøhril Gabrielsen, Tomas Tranströmer, Aylin Graves and Gábor Schein.
Trafika Europe 4 – Armenian Rhapsody – Summer 2015 – with Nara Vardanyan, Anahit Hayrapetyan, Marine Petrossian, Armen of Armenia and Sargis Hovsepyan, plus stunning Italian verse, densely beautiful German prose, superb Romanian poetry, Ukrainian science fiction, and some startling artwork.
Trafika Europe 3 – Latvian Sojourn – Spring 2015 – with Oswalds Zebris, Edvīns Raups, Jānis Einfelds, Māra Zālīte, Inga Ābele and Nora Ikstena from Latvia, plus new Saami and Croatian poetry, Bulgarian fiction, and something from the Greek avant-garde.
Trafika Europe 2 – Polish Nocturne – Winter 2014-15 – featuring great new work from Polish writers – plus fiction and poetry from Swiss-German, Catalan, Finnish and Hungarian.
Trafika Europe 1 – Northern Idyll – Autumn 2014 – with writing from Gaelic and Shetland Scots, Iceland, Norway and the Faroe Islands – plus new work from French, Russian, German, Slovenian and Occitan.