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Feb, 2014

NYC Event: An Evening with Leonardo Padura, February 26
Rohan Kamicheril
From the Translator: The “I” in Communism
Sora Kim-Russell and Jamie Chang
The Week in Translation
Rachel Morgenstern-Clarren
From the Translator: Tintin in the Land of Foreign Affairs
Edward Gauvin
The City and the Writer: In Havana with Leonardo Padura
Nathalie Handal
Name the Translator
Lucas Klein
The Week in Translation
Rachel Morgenstern-Clarren
Fellowships for Chinese Poetry & Translation at The Vermont Studio Center
Rachel Morgenstern-Clarren
The Week in Translation
Rachel Morgenstern-Clarren
A Comment on “Viva Translation”
Margaret Carson
New in French: Léonora Miano’s “La Saison de l’Ombre”
Mathilde Billaud-Walker
The City and the Writer: In Amman with Deema Dabis
Nathalie Handal
A place to hang our hats (and shelve our books)
Karen Phillips
Looking in the Wrong Direction: An Interview with Jordan Stump
Bud Parr
The Week in Translation
Rachel Morgenstern-Clarren

Jan, 2014

True Stories from Faraway Places: Paweł Smoleński and Polish Literary Reportage

The City and the Writer: In Guatemala City with David Unger
Nathalie Handal
Translator Relay: Danuta Borchardt
Danuta Borchardt
Asymptote’s Third Anniversary: The State of Translation
Alisha Kaplan
The Week in Translation
Rachel Morgenstern-Clarren
Oulipian Champagne: Mucking with Caradec’s Deft Trickery
Chris Clarke
Opening New Doors on to New Worlds: Sport and Translation
Georgia de Chamberet
The Week in Translation
Rachel Morgenstern-Clarren
Exploiting the Translator’s Mind Palace: Contemporary German Fiction 101
Katy Derbyshire
Reflections: Juan Gelman
Lisa Rose Bradford
Preface to Life
Nathalie Handal
The Week in Translation
Rachel Morgenstern-Clarren
Writers against Mass Surveillance: An International Grassroots Protest
Isabel Fargo Cole
My Favorite Bookstore: Nicky Harman on Arthur Probsthain Oriental and African Bookseller
Nicky Harman

Dec, 2013

Our Year, in Review
Susan Harris
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