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Jul, 2010

Lives on Paper
Susan Harris
From the Translator: Why I Translate the Work of Andrei Sen-Senkov
Peter Golub
From the Archives: The Sweet Science and Magic
Susan Harris
Translating the World
Susan Harris
From the Archives: Rx for World Cup Withdrawal
Susan Harris
From the Translator: Elizabeth Harris on Translating Chess in \“The Revenge of Capablanca\”
Elizabeth Harris
World Lit and World Cup Round-up or \“Around the World in 32 (or so) Books\”
Anderson Tepper
The Last Will and Testament of Senhor da Silva Araújo
Geoff Wisner

Jun, 2010

From the Translator: Ross Benjamin on Translating Gunther Geltinger’s \“Man Angel\”
Ross Benjamin
The Year of the Death of José Saramago
Wah-Ming Chang
Pride in Padua
Susan Harris
A Cyprus Dispatch
Ravi Shankar
On Turning a Peter Handke Novel into Music, or Not
David Rothenberg
From the Archives: Putting the \\\“T\\\” in GLBT
Susan Harris
A Border Passage by Leila Ahmed
Geoff Wisner
From the Translator: Lauren Dubowski on Translating Ewa Schilling’s \“The Fool\”
Lauren Dubowski
\“The Sexual Life of an Islamist in Paris\” by Leïla Marouane
Emma Garman
A Conversation with Alex Epstein, author of \\\“Blue has no South\\\”
Bud Parr
From The Translator: Adam Rovner on Bar-Yosef’s Tale of Forbidden Desire
Adam Rovner
Roberto Bolaño’s Total Anarchy
David Varno
PEN Translation Awards Announced
Susan Harris
Andrei Voznesensky, 1933–2010
Susan Harris

May, 2010

BookExpo in Brief: Reading Lit in Translation is \\\“Groovy Again\\\”
Bud Parr
Treasure Island, Genesis, and The Blue Lagoon: on Le Clézio’s The Prospector
Geoff Wisner
Prieto, Mandelstam, Allen, and Correspondences in the Air
Susan Harris
Forest of a Thousand Daemons
Geoff Wisner
The 2010 Independent Foreign Fiction Prize: A Reading at Foyles
Georgia de Chamberet
Ilya Kaminsky, Reading
Susan Harris
No Nightmares in English: New European Fiction
David Varno
The Apex Book of World SF
Geoff Wisner
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