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Oct, 2016

My Work
Ismar Tirelli Neto
Translating by Ear: Creating Voice & Language in Boris Sandler’s “Nomansland, AZ”
Sebastian Schulman
Eva Taylor’s “Tattoos”—The Atlas of the “I”
Olivia E. Sears
An Inuit Story for Indigenous Peoples’ Day
Susan Harris
Translating Tahar Lamri’s “Cous Cous Klan”
Robert Elliot
Repetition & Difference: Translating Gabriella Kuruvilla’s “Barbie”
Jamie Richards
History & Language in the Information Age: An Interview with Carlos Fonseca
Gunter Silva
The City and the Writer: In Ohrid with Nikola Madzirov
Nathalie Handal

Sep, 2016

7 Ways to Support #Translation Every Day
The Editors of Words Without Borders
36 Metaphors for Translation
Jessie Chaffee
Behind the Film: “More Than Sbarchi—The African Diaspora in Italy”
Iman Childs
Eternal Returns & Departures: Translating Gëzim Hajdari
Patrick Barron
An Interview with Gëzim Hajdari
Cristina Viti
Holy Tongue: On Translating Yenta Mash
Ellen Cassedy
Read This If You Love Fashion Month
Susan Harris
The Translator Relay: Kareem James Abu-Zeid
Jessie Chaffee
The Many Voices of Lina Prosa’s “Lampedusa Snow”
Allison Grimaldi-Donahue
The Nobel Prize in Literature, Round Two
Susan Harris
WWB Event — New Italian Voices
The Editors of Words Without Borders
The City and the Writer: In Skopje with Igor Isakovski
Nathalie Handal
A Tribute to Igor Isakovski (1970–2014)
Nathalie Handal
Does “Immigrant Writing” Exist?
Susan Harris
Our Guide to the 2016 Brooklyn Book Festival & Bookend Events
The Editors of Words Without Borders
The Watchlist: September 2016
M. Bartley Seigel
The Thoughtful Traveler: On Giampiero Neri’s Poetry
Martha Cooley and Antonio Romani
First Read: From “Landing”
Laia Fàbregas & Samantha Schnee
7 Stories from Classrooms Around the World
Susan Harris
Our 2016 Nobel Prize in Literature Office Pool
Susan Harris
The City and the Writer: In Beirut with Hala Alyan
Nathalie Handal
WWB Weekend: Willy Wonka and the Interstellar Chocolate Factory
Susan Harris
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