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Jun, 2011

The City and the Writer: In Athens with Dimitris Athinakis
Nathalie Handal
LGBT Korea on Film: Anonymity and Representation
Sora Kim Russell
Edward Gauvin Wins Science Fiction and Fantasy Translation Award
Susan Harris
Moacyr Scliar, 1939–2011
Thomas O. Beebee
The Bolaño Guide to WWB
Susan Harris
Eduardo Halfon Awarded Guggenheim
Susan Harris
Teachers’ Pets, and Fools for Love
Susan Harris
Artists Talk: Israel/Palestine. An Interview with Raji Bathish
Azareen Van der Vliet Oloomi and Chana Morgenstern
Intuitive Translation and Experimental Writing: Ashbery and Rimbaud
Bud Parr
\“Mr. Pamuk, did all this really happen to you?\”
Geoff Wisner

May, 2011

Through the Looking Glass, and What the Author Saw after Being Translated
Lúcia Bettencourt
Beyond the Physical World: An Interview with David Albahari
E.C. Belli
\“Help Us Be Good Again\”: Literacy in Afghanistan
Duncan Fitz
A tale from the Ebony Coast
Geoff Wisner
From the Publisher: Publishing in Malta
Chris Gruppetta
Writing in a Majority/Minority Cultural Context: Local Identity vs. a Broader Nation
Bud Parr
PEN World Voices 2011: Amelié Nothomb in conversation with Buket Uzuner, Friday April 29th
Emma Garman
Best Translated Book Awards Go to Aleš Šteger/Brian Henry, Tove Jansson/Thomas Teal
Susan Harris
Ernesto Sábato, 1911–2011
Susan Harris

Apr, 2011

PEN World Voices 2011: The Launch of Carlos Franz’s \“The Absent Sea\”
Anderson Tepper
The City and the Writer: In Copenhagen with Niels Hav
Nathalie Handal
The Poetry Forum: International Women Poets
Susan Harris
Of Books and Roses: Sant Jordi’s Day in Catalunya
Martha Tennent and Maruxa Relaño Tennent
On Reviewing Translations: Scott Esposito
Scott Esposito
New MLA Guidelines on Evaluating Translations
Susan Harris
From the London Book Fair, Day 3
The Editors
From the London Book Fair: Myths and Myth-busting
The Editors
From the London Book Fair—Translations and Liquidity: Crises and Capital
The Editors
2011: Year of Milosz!
Bud Parr
On Reviewing Translations: Suzanne Jill Levine tells us what the “Subversive Scribe” might add:
Bud Parr
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