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Jul, 2010

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
Interview with Alina Bronsky, author of \“Broken Glass Park\”
Daniela Hurezanu
Poeboes Podcast with Samuel Shimon
André Naffis-Sahely
Foreign Policy Debuts Translation Feature
Susan Harris
Discovering \\\“The Black Minutes\\\” at the PEN World Voices Festival
Bud Parr
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