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WWB Daily: Past Posts

Oct, 2021

The Spectator Sentenced to Death
Matéi Visniec
Introducing WWB’s New Books Editor, Adam Dalva
Words Without Borders
The Privilege of Language: Manon Steffan Ros on Self-translation, Welsh Literature, and Her New Book
Casi Dylan
What Does Victory Look Like If Not This?
Petra Hůlová
Cinephilia: On Hindi Movies, My Mother, and Me
Anandi Mishra
“The Age of Kishore”: Jeff Deutsch Celebrates Seagull Books Founder and Publisher Naveen Kishore
Jeff Deutsch
Notes from a Journal I could have kept. [But failed to. Keep]
Naveen Kishore

Sep, 2021

10 Translated Books about Translators for International Translation Day
Words Without Borders
The Watchlist: September 2021
Tobias Carroll
Children’s Literature in Translation: Gecko Press
Words Without Borders
A Long Way from Douala
Max Lobe
Announcing the Winners of the 2021 Poems in Translation Contest
The Editors of Words Without Borders
Around the World with Queer Kid Lit and YA: 13 Books to Read Now
Ruth Ahmedzai Kemp
Annie M. G. Schmidt
Naveen Kishore, Renowned Publisher of Seagull Books, to Receive 2021 Ottaway Award
Words Without Borders
Carl de Souza on Mauritian History, Multilingualism, and the Events that Inspired “Kaya Days”
Jeffrey Zuckerman
Doves Wailing in the Same Great Tree: An Interview with Khalid al-Maaly, Founder of al-Kamel Verlag
Safwan Khatib

Aug, 2021

The Watchlist: August 2021
Tobias Carroll
my great-grandmother had the health of a cosmonaut
Maria Tselovatova
Two Poems
Fiston Mwanza Mujila
Introducing WWB’s Digital Marketing and Communications Coordinator, Bruna Dantas Lobato
Words Without Borders
A Treasure Chest of Goodbyes
Nataliya Deleva
The Translator Relay: Jayme Costa Pinto
Words Without Borders
“The Wellspring That Relieves My Thirst”: Kim Bi on Writing Queer Literature
Victoria Caudle
11 Translated Books by Asian Women Writers to Read This #WITMonth
Words Without Borders
The Interrogation
Hwang Sok-Yong

Jul, 2021

“You Belong Nowhere”: Leïla Slimani on the Trauma of Colonialism and Her Forthcoming Novel
Madeleine Feeny
The Watchlist: July 2021
Tobias Carroll
Cabo Verdean President Jorge Carlos Fonseca: Poetry Is the Only Instrument of Radical Change
“Language Is a Code”: Ali Feruz on Prison Literature, Exile, and the Power of Journalism
José Vergara
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