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Oct, 2010

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
Travel Journals for Sleepwalkers: The Stories of Roberto Bolaño
David Varno
MFA in Translation: Queens College
Susan Bernofsky
Lydia Davis blogging on Translating Madame Bovary at The Paris Review
Bud Parr
The Scorpion by Albert Memmi
Geoff Wisner
NEA Literature Translation Fellowships Announced
Susan Harris
One Poem, Two Translations: A Three-Way Conversation
Peter Constantine
From the Archives: Trading Maniacs
Susan Harris
Fady Joudah Wins PEN USA Translation Prize
Susan Harris
F*** You around the World
Susan Harris
Around the Day in Eighty Worlds
Geoff Wisner

Aug, 2010

From the Archives: A Coastal Village, When Summer Gives It the Slip
Susan Harris
From the Archives: The Girl with the Finnish Stalker
Susan Harris
The Savage Night by Mohammed Dib
Geoff Wisner
From the Archives: The Particular Sadness of Fresh Lobster
Susan Harris
New York, New York!
Jonathan Blitzer
Cross-Cultural Dialogues: In Response
Azareen Van der Vliet Oloomi and Chana Morgenstern
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