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Charged with Humanity: Six Hungarian Women Writers


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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

March 13th, 2018

An Absurd Report

by Fereshteh Molavi

Iranian-Canadian writer and activist Fereshteh Molavi recounts one of her many experiences of being held at the US/Canada border. Molavi has a piece in the forthcoming Banthology: Stories From…read more

March 9th, 2018

After Disaster: Embracing a Living Past through “Ghosts of the Tsunami”

by Roland Kelts

Author Roland Kelts reflects on his personal connection to the March 11, 2011 disaster in Japan through reading Richard Lloyd Parry’s Ghosts of the Tsunami (MCD, 2017).…read more

March 8th, 2018

International Women Writers and Translators Who Press for Progress

by Words Without Borders

In celebration of International Women’s Day, meet women writers and translators from around the world who are pressing for progress through their activism and their literature.…read more

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