Announcing the June 2019 launch of the Catalan translation, El soroll que fa un cargol salvatge quan menja, published by Mes Llibres and translated by Ricard Vela.
Announcing the June 2019 launch of the Spanish translation, El sonido de un caracol salvaje al comer, published by Capitán Swing and translated by Violeta Arranz.
Announcing the October 2018 launch of the Italian translation, Il rumore di una chiocciola che mangia, published by Marsilio and translated by Ada Arduini.
The Sound of a Wild Snail Eating takes to the stage. A production adaptation by the theater company FRADS Fruhstuck auf der Szene Buchholzstrasse will debut in Switzerland and involves an actor and a dancer. Performance dates are April 25, 27, and 28th at the Theater Tuchlaube in Aarau and May 26 at the Kelelrteater in Bremgarten.
Production company page: http://www.frads.ch/kollektiv.html
The Sound of a Wild Snail Eating launches in paperback September 2016! Check out the new paperback cover design.
The CD audiobook edition for The Sound of a Wild Snail Eating is now available as well as the digital download format. The audiobook is read by award-winning narrator, Renee Raudman.
Listen to a sample of the audiobook:
For Book Groups reading The Sound of a Wild Snail Eating, the author is sometimes available, upon request, to conference call or audio Skype into your discussion. For a downloadable pdf of Book Group discussion questions, please see the left column of the home page of this author website. If you are interested in having the author join your discussion group, please e-mail her on the contact form of this website or via firstname.lastname@example.org
“We loved hearing from Elisabeth. We were chatting about it afterwards and on a Wild Snail Skype high!”
—Books & Coffee Down Under, Sydney, Australia
“In December, our book group experienced an exciting “first” by speaking with Elisabeth Tova Bailey. Our members agreed on questions before connecting with her via conference call. We enjoyed a lively exchange. Elisabeth not only answered our questions, but added lots of interesting personal comments, which kept the conversation flowing. It was a unique experience and we really appreciated her taking the time to speak with us.” —A book group in Madison, Wisconsin
Please join me for a series of online WILD SNAIL readings and Q&A, a fundraiser for Dr. Ian’ Lipkin’s ME/CFS Microbe Discovery Project. 100% of all donations will go to Columbia University earmarked for this research. This is very important ME/CFS research. This global event involved four sessions over 24 hours in order to reach all time zones around the world. The series is now archived and accessible to all. ~@~” ETB
“This is an audiobook to help you find your place in the universe” —AudioFile Magazine
Actor Renee Raudman gives a wonderful reading of The Sound of a Wild Snail Eating. Renee has won AudioFile Earphones Awards, including an award for Wesley the Owl by Stacey O’Brien and she is a multiple Audie Award nominee. The digital download of the audiobook allows one to make one hard CD copy of the book, which takes three CDS to make. The audiobook is available at these links: audible.com and amazon.com (click “see all formats”)
Listen to a sample of the audiobook:
Tanya Baker, the Director of the National Writing Project, has just posted an interview with Tim Pearce, my malacologist (snail scientist), and myself. Tim and I talk about how I first contacted him when researching my book and Tim tells lots of wonderful snail stories. If you’d like to hear what happens to a snail when it encounters a shrew and how one snail species is preventing the military from bombing an island, check out the tinyurl interview link here. ~ETB
NWP Interview: https://www.nwp.org/cs/public/print/resource/4347