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WWB Daily: Past Posts

Nov, 2017

On Translating the Stories Yet Unwritten: A Dalit Perspective from India
Mimi Mondal
From “Other People”
Mimi Mondal
The Translator Relay: Steve Savage
Jessie Chaffee
Maps for Storytelling: An Interview with John Freeman
Francesca Pellas
The Watchlist: November 2017
M. Bartley Seigel
First Read—From “Translation as Transhumance”
Mireille Gansel
Behind the Art: “Chasing Dreams”
Saba Farhoudnia
From One to Many for One: Teaching Translation through Multiple Translations
Martha Collins
The City and The Writer: In Oslo with Erling Kittelsen
Nathalie Handal
Honoring Jill Schoolman with the 2017 Ottaway Award
Edwin Frank
The 2017 Words Without Borders Gala & Globe Trot
Words Without Borders
A Speedboat to China—From Murakami to Furukawa
David Boyd

Oct, 2017

Haunting, Japanese Style
Susan Harris
My Life as an Intellectual
Elvira Vigna
To the Farthest Reaches: On Translating Sergio Kokis
Hugh Hazelton
Meet the Writers Hosting the 2017 WWB Gala!
Words Without Borders
Between Present and Past: An Interview with Mohammed Hasan Alwan
Marcia Lynx Qualey
On Translating Yalçın Tosun’s “Muzaffer and Bananas”
Abby Comstock-Gay
On Translating Deniz Tarsus’s “The Canary”
Ayça Türkoğlu
The Translator Relay: Daniel Canty
Jessie Chaffee
The City and the Writer: In Geneva with Raluca Antonescu
Nathalie Handal
The Watchlist: October 2017
M. Bartley Seigel
“World going to fall apart?”—A Multilingual Most Exquisite Corpse Story
Na Zhong, Lucrecia Zappi, Georgi Gospodinov, and Claudia Salazar Jiménez
First Read—From “Old Demons, New Deities”
Pema Tsewang Shastri
Get Ready to Globe Trot on November 1st!
Words Without Borders
The Nobel Prize in Literature: It’s Kazuo Ishiguro
Susan Harris
Tales of Beauty, Hope, and Laughter: An Interview with Burhan Sönmez
Canan Marasligil
The City and the Writer: In London with James Scudamore
Nathalie Handal

Sep, 2017

11 Reasons Everyone Should Celebrate Translation
Savannah Whiting
Going Native
Edward Gauvin & Claire Stephens
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