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WWB Daily: Past Posts

Apr, 2017

2017 Man Booker International Prize Q&A—Amos Oz
Eric M. B. Becker
2017 Man Booker International Prize Q&A—Nicholas de Lange
Eric M. B. Becker
The Translator Relay: Corine Tachtiris
Jessie Chaffee
Marta Rojals’s “The Faithful,” and the American JASP
Alicia Maria Meier
Can Literature Save the World? On Translating Attar’s “The Conference of the Birds”
Sholeh Wolpé
Translating the World’s Best Television: An Interview with Walter Iuzzolino
Charles Shafaieh
The City and the Writer: In Hobart, Tasmania with Finegan Kruckemeyer
Nathalie Handal

Mar, 2017

Remembering João Gilberto Noll
Adam Morris
Voices Unheard: Tribal Literature from India to Read Now
Pooja Shankar
Three Translators Respond to “Arrival”
Susannah Greenblatt
First Read—From “Literature Class”
Julio Cortázar
The Watchlist: March 2017
M. Bartley Seigel
Translating Boryana Neykova’s “Time to Pack”
Irina Ivanova
The City and the Writer: In Anchorage with Joan Naviyuk Kane
Nathalie Handal
The Translator Relay: Jennifer Croft
Jessie Chaffee
Translating Alek Popov’s “The Shadow of the Great Masturbator”
Christopher Buxton
Jill Schoolman to Receive WWB Ottaway Award
Words Without Borders
The Performance of Fiction: An Interview with Can Xue
Porochista Khakpour
Delicate Flesh
Estevão Azevedo
The City and the Writer: In Venice with Verusca Costenaro
Nathalie Handal
33 International Women Writers Who Are Bold for Change
Jessie Chaffee
Behind the Book: “Adriana”
Theodora Dimova
An Interview with Elizabeth Kostova
Jessie Chaffee
Behind the Art: “The Bridge in Burgas”
Anastas Petkov
An Interview with Festival Neue Literatur’s Peter Blackstock
Jessie Chaffee

Feb, 2017

First Read—From “Camanchaca” by Diego Zúñiga
Diego Zúñiga
The Watchlist: February 2017
M. Bartley Seigel
The City and the Writer: In Naples with Erri De Luca
Nathalie Handal
Translating Lines: On Gianluca Costantini & Elettra Stamboulis’s “An Endless Green Line”
Jamie Richards
The Translator Relay: Emma Ramadan
Jessie Chaffee
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