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New Elderlings translations out this autumn

14 Oct, 2017 filed under: Robin Hobb, France, Germany, Italy, Denmark, Denmark

The Farseer trilogy is getting published in Danish for the first time, and Royal Assassin just came out in September in a hardcover edition from Cicero with the title Kongelig Snigmorder.

Not a new translation per se, but the German Farseer trilogy is getting new covers and titles this autumn—for the third time! This is a paperback edition, also available in ebook formats. The first part, Die Gabe der K├Ânige was published in August, Der Bruder des Wolfs is out next week and the third volume, Der Erbe der Schatten, will follow on the 11th of December.

The first part of the split French edition of Assassin’s Fate with the title Sur les rives de l’Art is just around the corner, and will be available on the 25th of October from Pygmalion.

Right on its heels is the (full) Italian translation, L’assassino—L’ultima caccia, which will be out the 31st of October from Sperling & Kupfer.

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Italian Forest Mage arrives

5 Sep, 2010 filed under: Robin Hobb, Italy

Antebar wrote to tell us that Robin’s Italian publisher Fanucci released the Italian translation of Forest Mage titled Il mago della foresta this week. The best source for all Italian Robin Hobb news is of course Blood Memories where they also posted a video of Robin’s visit to Rome earlier this year. You can watch it here.

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News recap: old memories, Italy, new covers

29 Jun, 2010 filed under: Robin Hobb, Megan Lindholm, US, Italy

Suvudu.com is running a series of blog entries where authors and editors reminisce about some of the biggest titles published by Bantam Spectra. So far among other popular titles and authors are also entries about Assassin’s Apprentice and Ship of Magic by Robin Hobb.

Some links for those who are curious about the recent book tour in Italy: interviews by bloodmemories.it, House of Books (both in Italian) and fattitaliani.it (in Italian and English, thanks for the tip Antebar!) and Robin’s own photos (folder 1 and folder 2) as well as some photos taken in Rome over at flickr.

Jackie Morris has been blogging about the new covers she’s painting for the reprints of The Reindeer People and Wolf’s Brother as well as the cover for the new RH/ML anthology the Inheritance. You can see photos of the progress here.

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Robin’s Italian visit

20 May, 2010 filed under: Robin Hobb, Italy

Robin Hobb will be in Italy from June 12th to 18th. Besides visiting the Parma Fantasy weekend at the start of her visit, Robin will also tour the cities of Pavia, Milano, Firenze and Rome. You can see the schedule at her official site.

You can find more information about the Parma Fantasy festival and Robin’s visit here (in Italian) and the Italian publisher Fanucci has all the details of the Italian booktour at their website (also in Italian).

The Italian translation of Dragon Keeper, Il custode del drago was published last month. If you’re an Italian fan of Robin, don’t forget to visit Blood Memories for all the news and information about Robin.

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Recap of Robin Hobb news

11 May, 2010 filed under: Internet, the Netherlands, Italy

I’ve been a bit too busy the last couple of weeks, so I haven’t made any updates here although there have been several newsworthy things to post about. So let’s get to it!

Italian translation of Dragon Keeper is now out with the title Il custode del drago. The publisher is Fanucci. Thanks to Antebar for sending this in! And here’s the news at Blood Memories, the Italian Hobb fansite.

Dutch Dragon Haven should also already be out there, with the title De Drakenziel. It is published by Luitingh-Sijthoff.

Robin and Sara Creasy (author of Song of Scarabaeu) were discussing on Babel Clash at the end of April—you can find their entries and the subsequent commentary here. Very interesting reading!

Think I missed something? Leave a comment or send me an email at memories (at) theplenty dot net!

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