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An Interview with WWB Poetry Contest Winner Nguyễn-Hoàng Quyên
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Hiding in Plain Sight: Carlos Fonseca and Megan McDowell on Translating “Natural History”
Megan McDowell
Shining a Light on Children’s Books in Translation: Ruth Ahmedzai Kemp on World Kid Lit Month
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Damián Cabrera on Hybrid Languages, Dust, and the Invention of Paraguay
Elisa Taber
Confronting the Institution of Language: Juan Arabia on Poetry and the Pandemic
María Agustina Pardini
Lily Meyer and Mona Kareem on Their New Series, Close-Up: An Experiment in Reviewing Translation
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“Sheltering in the Prose of a Master”: Padma Viswanathan on Translating Graciliano Ramos
Miguel Conde
“Imagining Our Own Death”: On Writing Times of Crisis
Amanda Michalopoulou Patricia Felisa Barbeito
Alejandro Zambra on His Latest Book, the Protests in Chile, and Giving Away His Personal Library
Victor Meadowcroft
Bringing History Back to Life: Best-selling Turkish Writer Zulfu Livaneli on “Serenade for Nadia”
Jim Ottaway, Jr.
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