European crime fiction in the crosshairs
n°1 May-June 2005

 

e d i t o

Europolar is a multi-lingual site for fans of European crime fiction, featuring up to date news about the crime fiction world, mainly from Belgium, France, Germany, Great Britain, Italy, and Spain.

It will also showcase the work of European writers and highlight topical debates and discussions - both about crime fiction and relating to wider issues of European relevance.

Its brief is to keep readers up to speed about new and exciting developments in contemporary crime fiction across a range of languages and cultures.

 

n e w s

.: news flash

Le funambule Zeki

.: festivals

La Cambuse du Noir, Valence (France), may 2005
Corinne Naidet
Festival of Cognac film 2005
Claude Mesplède

.: diary

 
s p e c i a l / f i l e s

.: readings

Bang Bang stirbt - Rob Alef
Alexander Ruoff
French tabloïd - Jean-Hugues Oppel
Corinne Naidet
Intérieur nord - Marcus Malte
Corinne Naidet
Muerte de un nacional - Rebecca Pawell
Zeki

Le secret du Docteur Danglars - Jean Contrucci
Jacques Lerognon

.: interviews

Claude Mesplède
Cathy Fourez

.: articles

 
f i c t i o n

It seems... Hervé le Corre

 
t r i b u n e

About the European constitution

Mouloud Akkouche, YES to... another constitution
Robert Deleuse, Why no
Christian v. Ditfurth, Disarmament is Anti-Constitutional
Nacho Faerna, More like consumers than citizens
Artur Gorski, Cynicism or exacerbated mercy
Hervé Jaouen, A realistic and optimistic Yes
Michèle Lesbre, No thanks!
Fernando Martinez Lainez, A ray of hope

 


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