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Mar, 2011

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
The City and the Writer: In Queens with Irina Reyn
Nathalie Handal
Jonathan Blitzer’s Film Picks
Jonathan Blitzer
On Reviewing Translations: Daniel Hahn
Daniel Hahn
New Series: On Reviewing Translations
David Varno
The Romance of Diva
Geoff Wisner
The City and the Writer: In Manhattan with Lorraine Adams
Nathalie Handal
The Battle of Algiers
Suzanne Ruta
Samantha Schnee on Krzysztof Kieślowski’s “Blue”
Samantha Schnee
“Hitchcock and Agha Baji”: The MacGuffin in Iran
Susan Harris
À Tout de Suite, written and directed by Benoît Jacquot
Emma Garman
Adrift on the Nile by Naguib Mahfouz
Geoff Wisner
The City and the Writer: In Staten Island with Vasyl Makhno
Nathalie Handal
Magdy El Shafee’s “Metro” to be Published in English
Susan Harris

Feb, 2011

From the Translator: Agnes Scott Langeland on Kjell Askildsen’s “Dogs of Thessaloniki”
Agnes Scott Langeland
The City and the Writer Introduces Specials
Nathalie Handal
The City and the Writer: In the Bronx with Dahlma Llanos-Figueroa
Nathalie Handal
Questions for Peter Bush and Teresa Solana
Susan Harris
A Interview with Kim Thompson of Fantagraphics Books
Dot Lin
Chihoi in Action
Edward Gauvin
Meeting of the Pharaohs by the Red Sea
Kamel Daoud
Borges: Faith to See in the Dark
David Varno
Africans in Paris: On “Malamine”
Edward Gauvin
A Congolese creation myth
Geoff Wisner
Censorship in Egypt: An Interview with Magdy El Shafee
Susan Harris
Imagining more Autumns for North Africa’s Patriarchs: The Dictator Novel in Egypt
Hosam Aboul-Ela
Artists Talk: Israel/Palestine. An Interview with Almog Behar
Chana Morgenstern
Artists Talk: Israel/Palestine. “Sheikh Jarrah, 2010.” A Poem by Almog Behar
Almog Behar
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