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WWB Daily: Past Posts

Feb, 2022

Words Without Borders Campus Launches Korean Literature Resource

A Landscape of Claws
Mónica Ojeda
“The Joy of Cultural Mixing”: Daljit Nagra on Retelling the Classic Ramayana in Punglish
Samantha Schnee
Auður Jónsdóttir

Jan, 2022

The Watchlist: January 2022
Tobias Carroll
Twelve Years Later, Kettly Mars Reflects on the 2010 Earthquake in Haiti and the Novels It Inspired
Nathan H. Dize
9 Dystopian Novels in Translation to Read Now
Words Without Borders
Becoming a “Second-Career” Translator: A Conversation with Aneesa Abbas Higgins
Samantha Schnee
Words Without Borders Receives 2022 National Endowment for the Arts Grant

The Tofu-Maker
Shen Fuyu
WWB’s Most Anticipated Translated Books of 2022
Words Without Borders
A Seriously Shitty Quirk of Fate
Paulo Scott

Dec, 2021

The Watchlist: December 2021

Mike Fu and Jenna Tang on Mentorship, Taiwanese Literature, and Translating Trauma
Mike Fu Jenna Tang
Calvin Baker Joins WWB Board of Directors
Words Without Borders
The Best Translated Books of 2021
Words Without Borders
7 New Voices in English Translation to Read Now
Words Without Borders
Miguelángel Meza
Little Check Marks on Our Names
Saša Stanišiç

Nov, 2021

An Evening of Sugar-Eating
Lee Young-ju
The Watchlist: November 2021
Tobias Carroll
Introducing WWB’s Education Fellow, Allison Tim
Words Without Borders
Portrait of a Libyan Scream
Najwa Bin Shatwan
Introducing WWB’s Editorial Fellow, Soleil Davíd
Words Without Borders
Telling the Stories of China’s “Illegal Children”: Shen Yang and Roseann Lake in Conversation
Shen Yang Roseann Lake
The Literary Life of K-pop Lyrics
Sang Young Park
The Poetry of Radical Female Fighters: Meena Kandasamy on Translating Women from the Tamil Eelam
Suhasini Patni

Oct, 2021

The Watchlist: October 2021
Tobias Carroll
“Don’t Go Dancing in the Cemetery Tonight”: 7 Translated Tales in Classic Horror Settings
Susan Harris
The Spectator Sentenced to Death
Matéi Visniec
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