A poignant selection from Hagar Peeters new collection of poetry from City of Sandcastles is included this month in The Nomadic Journal. We mark this month and September 11 as… Read more Hagar Peeters Poetry Selection Reverberates with September 11 →
Thanks to DoppelHouse friend and digital journalist Dennis Nishi, we have this video of author Hagar Peeters reading the opening salvo for her novel Malva as well as a Neruda… Read more Hagar Peeters Reading at Neruda Poetry Night →
Join us for “Feminist Poetics and Revisionist Histories” from 8–10pm, October 12 with Hagar Peeters at Beyond Baroque in Venice, CA. Peeters will be in conversation with Verónica Cortínez, UCLA… Read more Beyond Baroque Welcomes Hagar Peeters →
The writing is lyrical, sensuous, animated by Latin passion and flights of the imagination. […] This style sets Malva apart.
We are honored that Malva, by Hagar Peeters and translated by Vivien D. Glass, made World Literature Today‘s 75 Notable Translations of 2018! “Translation across borders embodies resistance. [This list honors]… Read more Top translations distinction for Malva in World Literature Today →
“As Malva reclaims her father’s pen to tell her story of abandonment, the novel probes the question of how to make sense of Neruda’s political outspokenness in light of his silence on the subject of his own mute daughter, revisiting his poetry to find where Malva might fit among all the omissions.”
“Malva is a hypnotically poetic novel, in Peeters’s original Dutch as much as in the translation by Vivien Glass. The afterlife has granted the disabled eight-year-old Malva Marina a precociously eloquent kind of wisdom and a wicked sense of humor.”
Malva, the unknown story of Pablo Neruda’s only child, has recently been reviewed by Kirkus Reviews: “This phantasmagoric novel by the celebrated Dutch poet Peeters (Maturity, 2011, etc.) is a strange… Read more Malva reviewed by Kirkus Reviews →