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EVENTS:

February 1, 2024, 7pm at Elting Library, New Paltz NY: Book launch, in conversation with Nava Atlas, curator of  LiteraryLadiesGuide.com. 

Nava Atlas, Jo Salas, and librarian James Frauenberger at Elting Library book launch

February 15, 2024, 6pm: ShoutOut–Writers Read, CMM Distillery, Saugerties, NY, in conversation with Nancy Kline. 

February 29, 2024, 6pm, Oblong Books, Rhinebeck, NY. Book reading, in conversation with Sari Botton, editor of OLDSTER Magazine.

April 27, 2024, 2pm: Golden Notebook, Woodstock, NY. Book reading, in conversation with Patricia Grossman.
May 30, 2024, 7pm: Green Kill, Kingston, livestream/live audience, with Steve Clorfeine.

 

PRESS:

February 17, 2024: “‘Mrs. Lowe-Porter’ reveals story of Thomas Mann’s translator” by Maria Silva, Times Union

February 15, 2024: “Local author Jo Salas unearths Mann’s translator in new novel Mrs. Lowe-Porter” by Frances Marion Platt, in Hudson Valley One

February 12, 2024: “The Woman Behind the Mann” by Jo Salas in OLDSTER Magazine.

February 9, 2024: Reading with…Jo Salas, Shelf Awareness (scroll down)

February 8, 2024: Review, Toronto Star.

February 5, 2024: Podcast interview with Galit Gottlieb on New Books Network

February 2, 2024: Writer’s Digest: Revealing a Real Life in Historical Fiction: Writing Helen Lowe-Porter 

February 1, 2024: Review,  Historical Novel Society.

February 1, 2024: Book Q&A with Deborah Kalb 

January 30, 2024: “The Secret Life of Thomas Mann’s Translator”  by Celia McGee, New York Times

January 29, 2024: Podcast interview with Bianca Marais on The Shit No One Tells You About Writing.

December 27, 2023:  Included in the Most Anticipated Historical Fiction roundup of 2024 from Hasty Book List.

December 14, 2023: “Irrepressible Words” by Jo Salas on BEYOND.

Title page to Helen’s translation of Mann’s short story “Early Sorrow”, 1929