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Jun, 2016

An Interview with Christina MacSweeney
Nicole Guappone
The Translator Relay: Sholeh Wolpé
Jessie Chaffee
From the Translator: A Lunar Sorority
Anton Hur
WWB Weekend: Some Like it Marilyn
Susan Harris
Teaching in Translation: Bennington Translates
Marguerite Feitlowitz

May, 2016

The City and the Writer: In Qadita with Ala Hlehel
Nathalie Handal
WWB Weekend: Memories and Wars
Susan Harris
From the Translator: On Translating Yoss and Anabel Enríquez Piñeiro
Hillary Gulley
From the Translator: The Song Remains the Same?
Esther Allen
WWB Weekend: A Man Booker-Inspired Menu
Susan Harris
Remembering Lakshmi Holmström
Subashree Krishnaswamy
WWB EVENT — Back to the Future: Cuban Sci-fi Now
The Editors of Words Without Borders
The City and the Writer: In Jerusalem with Liana Badr
Nathalie Handal
WWB Weekend: Before Eurovision, Havana Bolero
Susan Harris
From the Translator: Fictions of the Cuban Diamond
Dick Cluster
Rebecca Liao and Cristóbal Pera Join WWB Board

The Watchlist: May 2016
M. Bartley Seigel
When the Woman Writes the Poem Herself: On Alejandra Pizarnik
Emily Lever
WWB Weekend: The Danger of Saying “Madre” in Mexico
Susan Harris
PEN World Voices Festival As It Happened: Literary Quest: Westbeth Edition
Bruna Dantas Lobato
PEN World Voices Festival As It Happened: Translation Slam
Bruna Dantas Lobato
The City and the Writer: In Ramallah with Raja Shehadeh
Nathalie Handal
The Old Man, the Mist, and a List of Dreams
Carol Rodrigues
PEN World Voices Festival As It Happened: Expats
Bruna Dantas Lobato
Dispatches from the 2016 PEN World Voices Festival of International Literature
Bruna Dantas Lobato

Apr, 2016

WWB Weekend: Quixotic Visions
Susan Harris
From the Translator: The Zone (On “Crow, Wheels”)
Oksana Maksymchuk and Max Rosochinsky
First Read: From “Istanbul Istanbul”
Burhan Sönmez & Ümit Hussein
WWB EVENT — (In)verse: Poets Translate Each Other
The Editors of Words Without Borders
Chernobyl Poems
Lina Kostenko
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