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Aug, 2012

Translation Roundup
Rachel Morgenstern-Clarren
One Day Left to Help Geoff Wisner Reach His Fundraising Goal for “African Lives”
Rachel Morgenstern-Clarren
The Week in Translation
Rachel Morgenstern-Clarren
Translation Roundup
Rachel Morgenstern-Clarren
The Week in Translation
Rachel Morgenstern-Clarren
Translation Roundup
Rachel Morgenstern-Clarren
The Week in Translation
Rachel Morgenstern-Clarren
Translation Roundup
Rachel Morgenstern-Clarren
The Week in Translation
Rachel Morgenstern-Clarren
Translation Roundup
Rachel Morgenstern-Clarren
Support the Publication of Geoff Wisner’s “African Lives”
Rachel Morgenstern-Clarren

Jul, 2012

The City and the Writer: In Marfa with David McDannald
Nathalie Handal
From the Archives: Ghosts on the Bridge
Susan Harris
The Week in Translation
Rachel Morgenstern-Clarren
The Week in Translation
Rachel Morgenstern-Clarren
Forgotten Ways of Speaking: An Interview with Marti Gironell
Cristina Slattery
The Decline and Fall of a Translator’s Brain
Jocelyne Allen
We Have to Love Brazil: A FLIP Diary
Kim M. Hastings and Lúcia Bettencourt
Understanding is Not the Most Important Thing: Shishkin, Schwartz, and Post in Conversation
Bud Parr
The City and the Writer: In Santiago de Chile with Idra Novey
Nathalie Handal
On “Fish Variations”
Angus Turvill

Jun, 2012

Pride in Padua
Susan Harris
How “To Algeria, with Love” became “La Repubblica di Wally”
Suzanne Ruta
Two Takes on May-December
Susan Harris
Magdy El Shafee Publishes “Metro” in English
Susan Harris

May, 2012

The City and the Writer: In San Francisco with Matthew Zapruder
Nathalie Handal
Can Literature Bear Witness?
Bud Parr
To Fly to the Himalayas
Yuyutsu RD Sharma
The Quality of the Fabric: An Interview with Bernardo Atxaga
Cristina Slattery

Apr, 2012

Literary Journeys through Catalonia: Searching for Mercè Rodoreda’s Barcelona
Azareen Van der Vliet & Leonardo Francalanci
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