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WWB Daily: Past Posts

Jan, 2018

Our Guide to the 2018 ZEE Jaipur Literature Festival
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The City and the Writer: In San Francisco with Laura Fraser
Nathalie Handal
Three New Members Join WWB Board of Directors
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Introducing WWB’s Development Associate, Segacy Roberts!
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The Translator Relay: Samuel Rochery
Jessie Chaffee
Elvira Navarro: Interview with a Working Author
Christina MacSweeney
Juan Tomás Ávila Laurel on “The Gurugu Pledge” and Diversity in the Narrative Voice
Tobias Carroll
The City and the Writer: In Singapore with Amanda Lee Koe
Nathalie Handal
Three Poems
Armando Freitas Filho
Children’s Literature in Translation: Yonder
Anna D’Alton

Dec, 2017

Dreaming America, or the Many Forms of Fourteen
Seth Michelson
Our Year in Review: 2017 at WWB
Susan Harris
From “Journey to the Heart of the American Dream: America by the Book”
Isabel Lucas
Our Favorite International Reads from 2017 (and What We’ll Be Reading in 2018)
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Translators as Bridge Builders: A Dispatch from the Guadalajara International Book Fair
Lawrence Schimel
The City and the Writer: In Lagos with Okey Ndibe
Nathalie Handal
Experimental Poetry Press Closes Shop: An Interview with Burning Deck’s Rosmarie Waldrop
Eric M. B. Becker
The Watchlist: December 2017
M. Bartley Seigel
The 2017 Best of the Blog: International Women Writers, Translation in Film, and more
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The Translator Relay: Simon Brown
Jessie Chaffee
Your Holiday Gift Guide for Reading in Translation
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Children’s Literature in Translation: Elsewhere Editions
Anna D’Alton
The City and the Writer: In Bukhara, Uzbekistan with Hamid Ismailov
Nathalie Handal
First Read—From “Chintungo: The Story of Someone Else”
Soledad Marambio
Writing behind Language
Meg Kaizu
Two Poems
Meg Kaizu

Nov, 2017

NYFA Immigrant Artist Program Literary Series
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On the Singularity of Aerial Roots
Kátia Bandeira de Mello-Gerlach
From “A Bestiary in Particles”
Kátia Bandeira de Mello-Gerlach
Salar Abdoh
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