|The Pula Arena (or amphitheatre, or coliseum), |
in the Istrian city of Pula, Croatia.
Built in the 1st C. AD, it’s the sixth largest of 200 surviving Roman arenas.
photo: Bob R. of pirancafe.com
as you may remember, I posted about the wonderful blog piran cafe, a trampfest, awhile back
From: Ljiljana Jurinović
Sent: Thu, Aug 30, 2012 7:28 am
Subject: Heather King's Shirt of Flame - Croatian rights
We are very much interested in the possibility of translating and publishing in Croatian language the book:
Shirt of Flame: A Year with St. Therese of Lisieux by Heather King.
We would very much appreciate if you could send us a reading copy and a PDF or of the book, and to inform us generally what would be the conditions for a licence to translate and publish in Croatian language, for a print-run of 1000-1500 copies.
Let us introduce ourselves briefly:
Looking forward to hearing from you and thanking you in advance, I remain
With best regards,
Trumbiceva obala 12
|A CROATIAN TRANSLATION OF |
TOFFLER'S FUTURE SHOCK
again, photo courtesy of pirancafe.com