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WWB Daily: Past Posts

Mar, 2009

Letter from Iraq
Arnon Grunberg

Feb, 2009

Dispatches: Aya by Marguerite Abouet
Geoff Wisner
My Nimrod Flipout
Nicolle Elizabeth
Weekly News Update
David Varno
Tayeb Salih 1929–2009
Geoff Wisner
Three-week Arabic Arts Festival at Kennedy Center
David Varno
Awards Recognize Excellence For Books in Translation
David Varno
Keret Contest: What’s your favorite Etgar Keret Story?
Bud Parr
Dispatches: Merely Literary?
Ana María Correa
Manga Translation: Only Poets Need Apply (Part III)
Yani Mentzas
Weekly News Update
David Varno
“With me, those who seem to be the last come first”: Meira Eliot on Bohumil Hrabal
Meira Eliot
Manga Translation: Only Poets Need Apply (Part II)
Yani Mentzas
Ambiguous Adventure by Cheikh Hamidou Kane
Geoff Wisner
Monica Carter of Skylight Books Recommends
Monica Carter
A Great discussion on Edith Grossman’s Don Quixote
David Varno
Weekly News Update
David Varno
Manga Translation: Only Poets Need Apply (Part I)
Yani Mentzas
Book World
Arnon Grunberg
Readings from BOMB’s 10th Anniversary Americas Issue
David Varno
Weekly News Update
David Varno
Translated Fiction: Immensely Popular in the U.S.!
Yani Mentzas
Blogging about Graphics in February
The Editors
This Thursday: A Conversation on Miguel de Cervantes’s “Don Quixote” with translator Edith Gro
Bud Parr

Jan, 2009

Amber Qureshi Discusses Yoko Ogawa’s “Dormitory”
Amber Qureshi
Dispatches: African Literature in Translation
Geoff Wisner
For Translators—Vermont Studio Center Deadlines
The Editors
Dispatches: Neither Here nor There
Ana María Correa
Updike and Foreign Fiction
Susan Harris
Reading for BOMB’s issue dedicated to Montevideo, Santiago & Buenos Aires
Bud Parr
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