Fever in Spanish

January 19, 2009 § Leave a comment

I’m delighted to announce that the world Spanish rights to Fever have been bought by Madrid publishing house El Tercer Nombre.

Just imagine, gauchos in the pampas reading of the doings of Jerome Maguire.

As of now, my prayers go out to the translator.

We expect the Spanish version of Fever to be published end 2009/2010.

Fidel Castro, who has a lot of reading time at the moment, will be sent a signed copy.fever-1

Offbeat Generation on France Culture

November 5, 2008 § Leave a comment

France Culture

Last night I was on France Culture with Andrew Gallix of 3am Magazine. We talked about the Offbeat Generation. Then I read an extract from Fever in French. And riffed on some other things too.

We enjoyed ourselves very much.

To listen to the programme, click here.

3:AM Magazine – Bothering the Geese

October 2, 2008 § Leave a comment

Christmas came early this year with the following kudos from 3am magazine, que voici

“World, let me introduce you to the best author you’ve never read: Gerry Feehily. His stunning debut novel Fever was published last year and an extract from his work-in-progress appears in the forthcoming Offbeat anthology. Gerry is also a talented literary translator and a freelance journalist. Born in London, raised in Ireland, he now resides in France where he bothers geese given half the chance. Be warned: this man is seriously talented. You read it here first.”

For the full post, complete with video Fever recital, Click here…

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