New York publisher Europa Editions features in its World Noir series important works of international crime fiction. Many of the books are translations, such as (from the French), Philippe Georget’s Summertime All the Cats are Bored (L’été tous les chats s’ennuient, Jigal Polar, 2010, Prix SNCF du Polar 2011) and Jean-Claude Izzo’s Marseilles Trilogy . Continue reading
International Crime Month is a month-long initiative, involving crime fiction authors, editors, critics, and publishers and running throughout July 2014. It is made possible by the collaboration of four of Britain’s leading independent publishers—Melville House UK, Europa Editions, No Exit, and Serpent’s Tail—to promote Crime Fiction, described as ” one of the most vital and socially significant fiction genres of our time”.