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May, 2011

From the Publisher: Publishing in Malta
Chris Gruppetta
Writing in a Majority/Minority Cultural Context: Local Identity vs. a Broader Nation
Bud Parr
PEN World Voices 2011: Amelié Nothomb in conversation with Buket Uzuner, Friday April 29th
Emma Garman
Best Translated Book Awards Go to Aleš Šteger/Brian Henry, Tove Jansson/Thomas Teal
Susan Harris
Ernesto Sábato, 1911–2011
Susan Harris

Apr, 2011

PEN World Voices 2011: The Launch of Carlos Franz’s “The Absent Sea”
Anderson Tepper
The City and the Writer: In Copenhagen with Niels Hav
Nathalie Handal
The Poetry Forum: International Women Poets
Susan Harris
Of Books and Roses: Sant Jordi’s Day in Catalunya
Martha Tennent and Maruxa Relaño Tennent
On Reviewing Translations: Scott Esposito
Scott Esposito
New MLA Guidelines on Evaluating Translations
Susan Harris
From the London Book Fair, Day 3
The Editors
From the London Book Fair: Myths and Myth-busting
The Editors
From the London Book Fair—Translations and Liquidity: Crises and Capital
The Editors
2011: Year of Milosz!
Bud Parr
On Reviewing Translations: Suzanne Jill Levine tells us what the “Subversive Scribe” might add:
Bud Parr
On Reviewing Translations: Confessions of a Book Reviewer (of works in translation)
Jonathan Blitzer
From Saigon to Quebec: Kim Thuy
Susan Harris
This
Nathalie Handal
On Reviewing Translations: Rigoberto González
Bud Parr
The Explosion of the Radiator Hose by Jean Rolin
Emma Garman

Mar, 2011

Baseball Springs Eternal
Shizuka Ijuin
On Reviewing Translations: Lorraine Adams
Lorraine Adams
Fragments of Sappho
Geoff Wisner
Getting Personal and Universal in Joseph Roth’s Job
Bud Parr
On Reviewing Translations: Tess Lewis
Tess Lewis
Poeboes Podcast with Daniel Hahn
André Naffis-Sahely
On Reviewing Translations: Susan Bernofsky, Jonathan Cohen, and Edith Grossman
David Varno
The Writer and the Screenwriter: An Interview with Domenico Starnone
Susan Harris
The City and the Writer: In Brooklyn with Tina Chang
Nathalie Handal
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