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WWB Daily: Past Posts

Nov, 2010

Peter Cole on Silence in Writing and Translation
Bud Parr
War and politics in Angola
Geoff Wisner
The City and the Writer: In London with Owen Hatherley
Nathalie Handal
Fall Review Round-Up
Anderson Tepper
The Shaping of Roberto Bolaño
Mary South
From a Syrian Prison
Susan Harris
Reza Aslan talks Tablet & Pen on the Colbert Report
Joshua Mandelbaum
Artists Talk: Israel/Palestine. An Interview with Till Roeskens
Azareen Van der Vliet Oloomi
Adonis on Migration and Loss
Susan Harris

Oct, 2010

From the Translator: Kim M. Hastings on Translating \“Borges’s Secretary\”
Kim M. Hastings
Max Frisch as a nature writer
Geoff Wisner
From the Translator: Andrea Rosenberg on Translating Silvina Ocampo’s \“The Golden Hare\”
Andrea Rosenberg
The City and the Writer: In Bogotá with Gonzalo Márquez Cristo
Nathalie Handal
In The Grandmothers’ Archipelago: An Interview with Sjón
Lucy Popescu
Urdu Writing in India and Pakistan
Waqas Khwaja
An Interview with Matthias Politycki, Modern German Romantic
Lucy Popescu
European Literature Days: An Excerpt from Sjón’s \“The Blue Fox\”
Sjón
A look at Mario Vargas Llosa
Bud Parr
The 2010 Nobel Prize in Literature: It’s Vargas Llosa
Susan Harris
A Dispatch from European Literature Days
Lucy Popescu
The 2010 Nobel Prize in Literature:  Week Three Countdown
Susan Harris
Seventy-Two Hours in Istanbul and Delphi
Ravi Shankar

Sep, 2010

From WWB to Book: Success Stories
Susan Harris
Chekhov’s mongoose
Geoff Wisner
The 2010 Nobel Prize in Literature:  Week Two
Susan Harris
The City and the Writer: In Antwerp with Ramsey Nasr
Nathalie Handal
Artists Talk: Israel/Palestine: Politics and Art in Sheikh Jarrah
Azareen Van der Vliet Oloomi and Chana Morgenstern
New Blog Series: Nathalie Handal’s “The City and the Writer”
Nathalie Handal
The 2010 Nobel Prize in Literature: Our Office Pool
Susan Harris
Playing Wii with a Gun to His Head: An Interview with Sayed Kashua
Meg Storey
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