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WWB Daily: Past Posts

May, 2019

The Watchlist: May 2019
Tobias Carroll
The Translator Relay: Lazer Lederhendler
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The City and the Writer: In Tripoli, Lebanon with Ruth Awad
Nathalie Handal
PEN World Voices Feature: “Under My Feet, My Whole Body,” by Marcia Tiburi
Marcia Tiburi
An Interview with Ma Jian and Flora Drew
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An Interview with Man Booker International Shortlisters Alia Trabucco Zerán and Sophie Hughes
Susannah Greenblatt
Our 2019 PEN World Voices Festival Itinerary
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Apr, 2019

Every Month Is Poetry Month
Susan Harris
“we are we”
Noémi Lefebvre and Laurent Grappe
The City and the Writer: In San José, Costa Rica with David Cruz
Nathalie Handal
Two Poems: The Country that Slips through My Fingers
Ru Freeman
Words for Sri Lanka: “The Heartbeat of My Country”
Malinda Seneviratne
The Taste of a Silver Spoon: María Gainza’s “Optic Nerve”
Tamara Tenenbaum
First Read—From “Curl”
T.O. Bobe
The Watchlist: April 2019
Tobias Carroll
Tilted Axis’s “Translating Feminisms” Chapbook Series
Jessie Chaffee
An Interview with Sang Young Park
Anton Hur
The City and the Writer: In Taipei with Afaa Weaver
Nathalie Handal
Behind the Art: “FamilienKern”
Marcela Trujillo
Words Without Borders Editorial Fellowship
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Five Translators on the Joys and Challenges of Translating Children’s Books
Emma Ramadan

Mar, 2019

An Interview with Pierre Jarawan
Zachary Issenberg
An Interview with Linnea Axelsson
Saskia Vogel
Benevolent Betrayal: Ezequiel Zaidenwerg on Translating Thirteen Invented Poets
Susannah Greenblatt
The Watchlist: March 2019
Tobias Carroll
Translating Gender Fluidity in Clara Ng’s “Meteors”
Toni Pollard
First Read—From “Camouflage”
Lupe Gómez
The City and the Writer: In San Juan with Ricardo Alberto Maldonado
Nathalie Handal
Literary Journeys: Living Through Art in the Wake of Disaster
Alison Watts
International Literary Women & Organizations that Balance for Better
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