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Jan, 2011

Debeurme, Berberian, and Denis, Signing in Brussels
Edward Gauvin
Book Reviews: Who Should Write about Literature in Translation?
David Varno
The City and the Writer: In Damascus with Abed Ismael
Nathalie Handal
In Memoriam: Abdellatif el Jaziri, 1969–2010
Suzanne Ruta
La Grève, C’est Grave (Striking is a Serious Business)
Edward Gauvin
Humphrey Davies Wins 2010 Saif Ghobash-Banipal Prize
Susan Harris
A Training Manual for Murder
Susan Harris
From the Translator: Jethro Soutar on Translating José Pérez Reyes’s “In Hock”
Jethro Soutar
A Confucian Celerity: On “Angina Day: Selected Poems” by Günter Eich

From the Translator: Andrea Labinger on Angela Pradelli’s “The Bather”
Andrea G. Labinger
From the Translator: David Ball and Nicole Ball on Abdourahman A. Waberi’s “Passage of Tears”
David and Nicole Ball
The Worst Editing Job in the World
Susan Harris

Dec, 2010

White Christmas, Black Magic
Susan Harris
The City and the Writer: In Los Angeles with Dorothy Barresi
Nathalie Handal
A Semester’s Fruits: A Followup Report on the MFA Program at Queens College
Susan Bernofsky
What’s So Great About Proust?
Samantha Schnee
From the Translator: Elizabeth Harris on Translating Marco Candida
Elizabeth Harris
From the Translator: Paul Curtis Daw on Translating Vincent Mondiot
Paul Curtis Daw
My Top Five Foreign Horror Films
Joshua Mandelbaum
Flipping Stephen King Upside Down: Marco Candida on Why He Writes Horror
Marco Candida
A gift suggestion for the Günter Grass fan on your list
Geoff Wisner
A Terrifying Vision of Emily Dickinson From Poland
Joshua Mandelbaum
Platform of Blood
Susan Harris
Wu Ming on King: On Translating Stephen King into Italian
Susan Harris
Transition 103 goes to Cape Verde
Geoff Wisner
A bit about’s $44K grant to Words without Borders
Joshua Mandelbaum

Nov, 2010

Translator Lydia Beyoud Recommends more North-African Emigre Writers
Lydia Beyoud
The Other Turkey
Susan Harris
Journey Into the Past by Stefan Zweig
Emma Garman
From the Translator: Lydia Beyoud on Fouad Laroui’s “My Father’s Antenna”
Lydia Beyoud
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