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Charged with Humanity: Six Hungarian Women Writers


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March 23rd, 2018

Capturing the Questions of Our Time: An Interview with Fatma Aydemir

by Canan Marasligil

Fatma Aydemir will be appearing at the Festival Neue Literatur in New York City this weekend. She will be giving a reading with other featured German-language authors on Friday evening…read more

March 22nd, 2018

A Body of Text: On Translating Krisztina Tóth

by Owen Good

Owen Good’s translation of Krisztina Tóth’s “The Tongue’s Story” appears in the March 2018 issue: Charged with Humanity: Six Hungarian Women Writers.…read more

March 21st, 2018

The City and the Writer: In Lerdo, Mexico with Robert Con Davis-Undiano

by Nathalie Handal

If each city is like a game of chess, the day when I have learned the rules, I shall finally possess my empire, even if I shall never succeed in knowing all the cities it contains. —Italo…read more

March 19th, 2018

History of a Conversion: A Political Profile of Mario Vargas Llosa, Part Two

by Felipe Restrepo Pombo

Part Two of Felipe Restrepo Pombo’s interview with Nobel Prize-winner Mario Vargas Llosa about his latest book, The Call of the Tribe (Alfaguara, 2018), and the writers…read more

March 16th, 2018

History of a Conversion: A Political Profile of Mario Vargas Llosa, Part One

by Felipe Restrepo Pombo

In an interview with Felipe Restrepo Pombo that originally appeared in Gatopardo, Nobel Prize-winner Mario Vargas Llosa talks about his latest book, The Call of the Tribe…read more

March 14th, 2018

Children’s Literature in Translation: Pushkin Children’s Books

by Anna D’Alton

In recent years, a proliferation of books in translation for children and young adults has brought imaginative stories from around the world to new readers. We’re speaking with some of the…read more

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