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WWB Daily: Past Posts

Jul, 2017

The Watchlist: July 2017
M. Bartley Seigel
On Translating Jeroen Janssen
Michele Hutchison
International Reads for Wherever You’re Traveling this Summer
Na Zhong
Remembering Elvira Vigna: 1947–2017
Eric M. B. Becker
The City and the Writer—In Rio de Janeiro with Alberto Mussa
Nathalie Handal
First Read—From “I Hear Your Voice”
Young-ha Kim
Woman Creature
Sheyla Smanioto
It Was Her World, Too—Translating Biljana Jovanović
John K. Cox

Jun, 2017

Kalpana Raina Joins WWB Board of Directors

The City & the Writer: In Rio de Janeiro with Armando Freitas Filho
Nathalie Handal
The Translator Relay: Kira Josefsson
Jessie Chaffee
A Reading List for World Refugee Day
Words Without Borders
First Read—From “Adua”
Igiaba Scego
News from Somewhere: The World Series from Peter Owen and Istros Books
Sam Oates
WWB Contributor Jessica Cohen Awarded 2017 Man Booker International Prize
Words Without Borders
The City and the Writer: In São Paulo with Francesca Cricelli
Nathalie Handal
No Fairy Tale: Paul Binding on Hans Christian Andersen’s “The Ice Virgin”
Eric M. B. Becker
The Watchlist: June 2017
M. Bartley Seigel
Corporeal: An International Exquisite Corpse
Jeon Sam-hye, Carlos Yushimito, Jessica Schiefauer, Naivo, and Chakib Daoud
Cheesy Porridge—Individual Taste & Cultural Style in Translation
Dave Haysom

May, 2017

Italy Meets Jamaica—Blending Culinary Traditions
Jacqueline Greaves Monda
Words Without Borders Launches WWB Campus
Words Without Borders
The City and the Writer: In The Gambia with Kadija George
Nathalie Handal
Interview with the “Florentine Literary Review” Editor Alessandro Raveggi
Jessie Chaffee
The Translator Relay: María José Giménez
Jessie Chaffee
“Pork It Is, Then”—Confessions of an Underground Vegetarian
Florin Bican
Le altre e io (The Other Women and I)—Women Writing within and beyond Italy
Chiara Marchelli
The City and the Writer: In Mexico City with Lucia Duero
Nathalie Handal
Almonds & Dreams: A Recipe
Carmen Boullosa
The Poetry of the World’s Oldest Cookbooks
Susannah Greenblatt
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