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WWB Daily: Past Posts

Feb, 2018

The Translator Relay: Chet Wiener
Jessie Chaffee
In the Absence of Words: An Interview with Verónica Gerber Bicecci
Geoff Bendeck
On Translating Davide Reviati’s “Spit Three Times”
Jamie Richards
Flinging Open Literary Doors: A Dispatch from the 2018 ZEE Jaipur Literature Festival
Janice Pariat
Single Translators Seek Same: The WWB Lonely Hearts
Susan Harris
5 Erotic International Reads That Will Make You Blush This Valentine’s Day
Jessie Chaffee
The City and the Writer: In Minneapolis–Saint Paul with Leslie Adrienne Miller
Nathalie Handal
First Read—From “The Endless Summer”
Madame Nielsen
Training for Pyeongchang 2018: Reading South Korea
Susan Harris
Words Without Borders Receives National Endowment for the Arts Grant
Savannah Whiting
Lisa Lucas on the National Book Award for Translated Literature
Words Without Borders
The Watchlist: January 2018
M. Bartley Seigel

Jan, 2018

Children’s Literature in Translation: Aurora Metro Books
Anna D’Alton
Lord of Flies: Remembering Nicanor Parra
Soledad Marambio
First Read—From “Transit Comet Eclipse”
Muharem Bazdulj
Our Guide to the 2018 ZEE Jaipur Literature Festival
Words Without Borders
The City and the Writer: In San Francisco with Laura Fraser
Nathalie Handal
Three New Members Join WWB Board of Directors
Words Without Borders
Introducing WWB’s Development Associate, Segacy Roberts!
Words Without Borders
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)
Words Without Borders
Translators as Bridge Builders: A Dispatch from the Guadalajara International Book Fair
Lawrence Schimel
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