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Jul, 2014

The Week in Translation
Rachel Morgenstern-Clarren
Translator Relay: Esther Allen
Rachel Morgenstern-Clarren
The Week in Translation
Rachel Morgenstern-Clarren
New in French: Les Sauvages by Sabri Louatah
Mathilde Billaud-Walker
My Favorite Bookstore: Deniz Koç on Robinson Crusoe 389
Deniz Koç
The Week in Translation
Rachel Morgenstern-Clarren
The City and the Writer: In Santa Cruz with Micah Perks
Nathalie Handal
Nao-Cola and Kindness
Kalau Almony

Jun, 2014

The Week in Translation
Rachel Morgenstern-Clarren
The Truth About the Harry Quebert Affair: Cult Classic or Mainstream Blockbuster?
Georgia de Chamberet
Where the Sidewalk Bends: Why You Don’t Want Rice and Beans in Your Match
Rachel Morgenstern-Clarren
Ney Boulevard: To Translate Before the Text Even Existed
Ghazal Mosadeq
Q & A with Alberto Salcedo Ramos
Jethro Soutar
From the Translator: More than Football
Rosalind Harvey
Naming the Arab: Kamel Daoud’s “Meursault, contre-enquête”
Suzanne Ruta
The Week in Translation
Rachel Morgenstern-Clarren
Translator Relay: Sean Cotter
Sean Cotter
The Playlist: Teaching Translation, Curating Texts
Richard Lee Pierre
The Week in Translation
Rachel Morgenstern-Clarren
Carol Brown Janeway to Receive 2014 Ottaway Award for the Promotion of International Literature
Rohan Kamicheril
Where the Sidewalk Bends: Interview with Larissa Min
Rachel Morgenstern-Clarren
The City and the Writer: In Colombo with Ru Freeman
Nathalie Handal
Writing the Rack That Wracks Us: On Translating the Poetry of Marie-Claire Bancquart
Christina Cook
The Week in Translation
Rachel Morgenstern-Clarren
The Perils and Nonpereils of Literary Nonsense Translation
Michael Heyman

May, 2014

The Week in Translation
Rachel Morgenstern-Clarren
Zürich Meets New York: Max Frisch at Deutsches Haus
Anne Posten
The City and the Writer: In New York City with Susan Cheever
Nathalie Handal
“Poesia Em Trânsito” (Poetry in Motion)
Chloe Hill
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Rachel Morgenstern-Clarren
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