The State of International Literature within our Borders, and the Efforts of a Fledgling Press to Help Shift the Tides
In this Tip Sheet, Jill Schoolman summarizes her contribution to the panel discussion The Good News: Reports From the Field- Recent Presenting and Publishing Projects From Around the State, held at Facing Pages: A Statewide Literary Convening, on May 13, 2006. Jill Schoolman, publisher of Archipelago Books, founded the press in 2002 after working with Seven Stories Press for several years in the editorial department. She received her B.A. in literature from Yale University in ?92 and studied at Oxford University in ?90-?91. She participated in editors? exchange programs in France and Germany sponsored by the French-American Foundation and the German Book Office. She is fluent in French has a working knowledge of Spanish and Italian. Her novella, Down to the River, was published by Philippe Hunt, Editeur in Brussels in '96.