After the Crash

Christos Ikonomou, Rafael Chirbes, and new fiction from the eurozone. 

In July last year, the printing presses ground to a stop in Greece. The country was in uncharted territory, its banks under a stranglehold as the nation said oxi to austerity. While the streets exploded in righteous rage, publishers couldn’t pay their bills and printers couldn’t buy paper or ink.

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