First published in 1970, this is the remarkable journal of a free-spirited, young American woman abroad in Greece with her writer husband in 1964. Inspired by the sixties’ vogue for the exuberant land of Zorba and Lawrence Durrell, they seek an Aegean idyll–but their plans threaten to go awry when she learns she is pregnant. Read More
Mike Pesca, host of Slate’s daily podcast, The Gist, today featured Tatra Press author Lukas I Alpert in a podcast on Putin’s disinformation campaign. Alpert, a Wall Street Journal correspondent in Moscow, wrote Kremlin Speak: Inside Putin’s Propaganda Factory, as a Tatra Press ShortTake e-book.
Tatra Press ShortTake Original ebook imprint launched—”Kremlin Speak” by WSJ reporter Lukas Alpert selected as Kindle Single
We’re delighted to announce our new imprint of original ebooks– Tatra Press ShortTake Original–has launched. Our initial titles include: Kremlin Speak: Inside Putin’s Propaganda Factory by Wall Street Journal reporter Lukas I Alpert; The Test, a short story by novelist John Lansing; and The Beginnings of Angels by medievalist scholar Andrew Sulavik. Lukas’ Kremlin Speak Read More
Tatra Press will launch a new imprint of original e-books focusing on long-form journalism, narrative non-fiction and literary fiction called Tatra Press ShortTake Original in November 2014. The imprint will publish titles in e-book format only and of about 30 to 120 pages in length. The following four pieces will kick off the imprint: The Read More