On Saturday mornings, Splice rounds up the previous week’s best literary criticism and serves it up to you in a single dish. You didn’t have any plans for the weekend, did you?
Splice publishes new content on Mondays and Wednesdays, but throughout the week we bulk it out with bonus material on Facebook and Twitter. On Fridays, “Backchat” looks at the week that was and gathers up all the bonus material in …
Today on Splice, we're incredibly pleased to announce that Dana Diehl's short story collection "Our Dreams Might Align" is now available to pre-order.
Brian FitzGibbon is a freelance writer and translator based in Reykjavík, Iceland. He has translated Hallgrímur Helgason's novels 101 Reykjavík (2002) and Woman at 1000 Degrees (2018), as well as three novels by Auður Ava Ólafsdóttir: The Greenhouse (2012), Butterflies in November (2013), and, just last month, Hotel Silence.
by Alec Dewar The last decade has been an eventful one for Iceland. That’s to say the least. The global financial crisis of 2008 eviscerated the country’s economy, sparking a systemic banking collapse more severe than anywhere else in the …
Acts of devotion tend to arise from religious beliefs and observances, but at heart there’s something deeply secular about them. Why do we admire someone who unselfishly devotes their time to the wellbeing of someone else?
On Saturday mornings, Splice rounds up the previous week's best literary criticism and serves it up to you in a single dish. You didn't have any plans for the weekend, did you?