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May, 2021

The Translator Relay: Adam Morris
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Children’s Literature in Translation: Groundwood Books
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Family Rules
Anke Stelling

Apr, 2021

Translation as a Collaborative Mode: An Interview with Sarah Booker
Alexander Aguayo
The Watchlist: April 2021
Tobias Carroll
How to Write a Pro-Glacier Book: An Earth Day Reading List
Andri Snær Magnason
My First and Only Love
Sahar Khalifeh
Connection Fever
Polly Barton
“Every Choice We Make Is Political”: Natasha Lehrer on Translating “Consent” and “I Hate Men”
Madeleine Feeny
Into Another Channel? Literature and Politics in Hungary
Gábor Schein
The City and the Writer: In Bucharest with Ioana Morpurgo
Nathalie Handal
More Than a Literary Movement: Susana Sanches Arins and Valentim Fagim on Reintegrationist Galician
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Mar, 2021

The Watchlist: March 2021
Tobias Carroll
The Translator Relay: Julia Powers
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Children’s Literature in Translation: Editora Caixote

Words Without Borders Campus Launches Iranian Literature Resource

The City and the Writer: In Athens with Natalie Bakopoulos
Nathalie Handal
“In Another Voice”: Kyra Ho on Creating a Poetry Translation Podcast
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Translating the Dictionary
Janet Hendrickson
Two Poems for İlhan Sami Çomak
Anne Waldman Jack Hirschman
Dog Rose in the Wind, the Rain, the Earth
Farkhondeh Aghaei
7 Issues of International Women’s Writing to Read on #IWD2021
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Twenty Years of Île en île: A Conversation with Thomas C. Spear
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Close Listening: A Playlist for “American Delirium”
Heather Cleary
The Mercedes
Bekim Sejranović

Feb, 2021

The Watchlist: February 2021
Tobias Carroll
Translating Dagestan in Alisa Ganieva’s “Munkar and Nakir”
Sabrina Jaszi
A Wave in the Sea: Najwan Darwish on “Exhausted on the Cross”
Kareem James Abu-Zeid
The Guest
György Dragomán
Women Writing War Redux: Ukraine’s Iya Kiva
Katherine E. Young
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