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Jun, 2018

Introducing Mandana Naviafar
Words Without Borders
Panic: An International Exquisite Corpse
José Eduardo Agualusa, Theodora Dimova, Naz Tansel, and Prabda Yoon
First Read—From “The Hospital”
Ahmed Bouanani
Stream These for Pride Month: Seven Foreign Films Based on Fiction
Veronica Scott Esposito
The Watchlist: June 2018
Tobias Carroll
We’re Hiring: Development Assistant
Words Without Borders
Behind the Art: “untitled self-portrait (time for tea)”
Việt Lê
Best of the B-Sides: Keeping House
Lori Feathers
The City and the Writer: In New York City with Colum McCann
Nathalie Handal
Writing in and as a Foreign Language
Núria Codina
Words Without Borders Fall 2018 Editorial Fellowship
Words Without Borders

May, 2018

Bhujang, My Friend
Geet Chaturvedi
The City and the Writer: In Paris with Yannis Livadas
Nathalie Handal
Tarsila do Amaral: Translating Modernism in Brazil
Elisa Wouk Almino
2018 Man Booker International Prize Q&A—Antonio Muñoz Molina
Eric M. B. Becker
2018 Man Booker International Prize Q&A—Camilo A. Ramirez
Eric M. B. Becker
Interviews with 2018 Man Booker International Prize Finalists
Eric M. B. Becker
2018 Man Booker International Prize Q&A—Ahmed Saadawi
Eric M. B. Becker
2018 Man Booker International Prize Q&A—Jonathan Wright
Eric M. B. Becker
2018 Man Booker International Prize Q&A—Deborah Smith
Eric M. B. Becker
2018 Man Booker International Prize Q&A—Virginie Despentes
Eric M. B. Becker
2018 Man Booker International Prize Q&A—Frank Wynne
Eric M. B. Becker
2018 Man Booker International Prize Q&A—Olga Tokarczuk
Eric M. B. Becker
2018 Man Booker International Prize Q&A—Jennifer Croft
Eric M. B. Becker
The Watchlist: May 2018
Tobias Carroll
WWB Campus Receives Honorable Mention for National Book Foundation’s Innovations in Reading Prize
Words Without Borders
The City and the Writer: In New York City with Jonathan Galassi
Nathalie Handal
First Read—From “The Baghdad Clock”
Shahad Al Rawi
Before Han Kang: Three Korean Modernists You Should Know
Esther Kim
Words Without Borders Celebrates 15 Years of Publishing New International Writing
Words Without Borders
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