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WWB Daily: Past Posts

Mar, 2012

Teaching in Translation: The Translation Workshop
Becka Mara McKay
Celebrating World Poetry Day
Susan Harris
From the Translator: On Translating Fabrizio Mejía Madrid
Rosalind Harvey
Teaching in Translation: Poet as Translator
Malena Morling
Japan, One Year Later
Susan Harris
Literary Journeys Through Catalonia: Through Josep Pla’s Empordà
Azareen Van der Vliet & Leonardo Francalanci
Best Translated Book Award Fiction Longlist Announced
Susan Harris

Feb, 2012

Celebrating International Mother Language Day
Suzanne Ruta
Tahrir Square, One Year Ago
Susan Harris
The City and the Writer: In Minsk with Valzhyna Mort
Nathalie Handal
Günter does India
Geoff Wisner
Walser’s Berlin Stories: Primer for a Singular Landscape
Emma Garman
Festival Neue Literatur This Week in New York
Susan Bernofsky

Jan, 2012

A New Series: Literary Journeys Through Catalonia
Azareen Van der Vliet & Leonardo Francalanci
From the Translator: The Eternonaut
Erica Mena
Homeless Rats: A Parable for Postrevolution Libya
Ethan Chorin

Dec, 2011

The City and the Writer: In London with Esther Freud
Nathalie Handal
MuXin, 1927–2011
Susan Harris
On North Korea: Leaders Great and Dear, and Literature
Susan Harris
The Thing We Mean is Love
Oana Sanziana Marian
Crime Scene: The Festival of New Literature from Europe
Ariell Cacciola
Illustrating Conflict: Perspectives from FIBDA
Canan Marasligil
The City and the Writer: In Kabul with Bashir Sakharwaz
Nathalie Handal

Nov, 2011

From the Translator: Nancy Naomi Carlson on Translating Suzanne Dracius’s “Women’s Fantasies”
Nancy Naomi Carlson
From the Translator: David Iaconangelo on Translating Johan Moya Ramis
David Iaconangelo
From the Translator: David Homel on Translating Dany Laferrière’s “Tout bouge autour de moi”
Rohan Kamicheril
The Narrator Never Dies: An Interview with Dany Laferrière
Geoff Wisner
The City and the Writer: In Dubai with Nujoom Al-Ghanim
Nathalie Handal

Oct, 2011

Teaching in Translation: Teaching the Sagas
Richard North
A Closer Look at FIBDA: the Renaissance of Algerian Comics
Canan Marasligil
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