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Jul, 2016

The City and the Writer: In Patra with Christos Tsiamis
Nathalie Handal
WWB Weekend: Beach Reading
Susan Harris
The Borders of Language: An Interview with Etgar Keret
Jessie Chaffee
From the Translator: On “Beauty, a Terrible Story”
Bruna Dantas Lobato
WWB Weekend: Ancestors of Pokémon Go
Susan Harris
The Watchlist: July 2016
M. Bartley Seigel
The City and the Writer: In Valletta, Malta with Nadia Mifsud
Nathalie Handal
The Hungry Years in Catalonia: An Interview with Peter Bush about “Black Bread”
Stephen Henighan
The Translator Relay: Mihaela Moscaliuc
Jessie Chaffee
WWB Weekend: Comings and Goings, Brexit and Turke(ntr)y
Susan Harris
Hatred, Silence, Violence, and Kafkaesque Institutions: An Interview with Dragoslava Barzut
Paula Gordon
The City and the Writer: In Yogyakarta, Indonesia with Tia Setiadi
Nathalie Handal
When in Hell, Embrace the Devil: On Recreating “Grande Sertão: Veredas” in English
Alison Entrekin

Jun, 2016

The City and The Writer: In El Salvador with Roxana Méndez
Nathalie Handal
From the Translator: Schernikau’s Quiet Radicalism
Lucy Renner Jones
In Memoriam: Gregory Rabassa, 1922–2016
The Editors
WWB Weekend: Soccer Queens of Colombia
Susan Harris
Dispatches from the Festival degli Scrittori, Florence, Italy
Jessie Chaffee
An Interview with Dany Laferrière
Jessie Chaffee
An Interview with Mircea Cărtărescu
Jessie Chaffee
Translating the Classics: An Interview with Lydia Davis
Ilan Stavans and Regina Galasso
Refugee Stories: Idomeni, Greece
Karen Emmerich and Martin Trabalik
Remembering Gregory Rabassa
Daniel Shapiro
WWB Weekend: Muslim and Queer
Susan Harris
Help WWB Inspire Global Readers
The Editors
Writing Outside the Mainstream: An Interview with Jeon Sam-hye
Anton Hur
The City and the Writer: In El Salvador with Jorge Galán
Nathalie Handal
The Watchlist: June 2016
M. Bartley Seigel
Sympathy for the Underdog: An Interview with Peter Zilahy
Buzz Poole
WWB Weekend: Boxing Days
Susan Harris
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