Posted on March 1, 2020 at 4:00 PM by Sadye Scott-Hainchek
Jet lag is no fun on its own, but imagine jet lag with an incredible amount of work pressure on you.
That was Jennifer Croft’s experience at the end of last year.
One of her most famous clients — Olga Tokarczuk — had just won the Nobel Prize, and the English-speaking literary world was chomping at the bit to read her latest novel, The Books of Jacob.
Oh, and did we mention that The Books of Jacob is a thousand pages long?
Such a task is far from the only dramatic turn that Croft's life has taken since connecting with Tokarczuk; read more in an essay at Frieze.
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