Andrea Camilleri has died today, in Rome, aged 93. True internationalist and international crime fiction icon, world-famous for his charismatic detective, Sicilian Commissario Salvo Montalbano, but also known for his outspoken political consciousness, Camilleri is one of the most influential authors of crime fiction in Europe. Acknowledging inspirations such as Simenon, Sciascia and, of course, Montalbán, and with his own novels widely translated and adapted across the continent and beyond, he has come to represent the quintessential European Author. Here are a few obituaries from different European countries paying homage to his international legacy, selected from the great many published this morning all over the world.
The Centre Aixois d’Etudes Romanes (Aix-Marseille University) calls for papers for its 2nd conference on Caribbean Crime Fiction in Spanish, French and English. The conference will take place on May 28 & 29, 2020, in Aix-en-Provence.
All submissions must be received by 30 September 2019.
Learn more, including how to submit your paper here , or contact the organisers :
Nelly Rajaonarivelo : firstname.lastname@example.org
Dante Barrientos Tecún : email@example.com
To see the full call (and some impressive art), click here