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WWB Daily: Past Posts

Mar, 2019

Literary Journeys: Living Through Art in the Wake of Disaster
Alison Watts
International Literary Women & Organizations that Balance for Better
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Feb, 2019

An Elemental Man
Lucílio Manjate
An Interview with Réka Mán-Várhegyi
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An Interview with Yalçın Tosun
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An Interview with Évelyne Trouillot
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First Read—From “The White Book”
Han Kang
On Translating Place in Hélène Aldeguer’s “After the Spring: A Tunisian Youth”
Edward Gauvin
Against Valentine’s Day: 7 International Love Stories for the Antiromantic in You
Susan Harris
The Translator’s Bookshelf
Elisa Wouk Almino
Words Without Borders Receives National Endowment for the Arts Grant
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The Watchlist: February 2019
Tobias Carroll
The City and the Writer: In San Juan with Frances Negrón-Muntaner
Nathalie Handal
Best of the B-Sides: Death by Fixation
Lori Feathers

Jan, 2019

Mourning, Laughter, and Necessary Change: An Interview with Samira Negrouche
Olivia Snaije
The City and the Writer: In Brighton, England with Colin Grant
Nathalie Handal
Linguistic Slapstick, Brutal Joy, and Profane Parrots: 18 Translators on Translating Humor
Jessie Chaffee
First Read: From “Incomprehensible Lesson”
Fawzi Karim
2018 at WWB: 11 Groundbreaking Works
Susan Harris
The City and the Writer: In Martha’s Vineyard with Justen Ahren
Nathalie Handal
The Watchlist: January 2019
Tobias Carroll
What the Happiest Kids in the World Are Reading
Michele Hutchison
The Translator Relay: Helen Mintz
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PÒTOPRENS: Translating Place at the Urban Artists of Port-au-Prince Exhibit
Susannah Greenblatt
The City and the Writer: In New York City with Lee Briccetti
Nathalie Handal

Dec, 2018

Our Favorite International Reads from 2018 (and What We’ll Be Reading in 2019)
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The Watchlist: December 2018
Tobias Carroll
A Holiday Gift Guide for Children’s Literature in Translation
Rivka Galchen
Shadow and Light: Three Poems
João Luís Barreto Guimarães
First Read—From “Away! Away!”
Jana Beňová
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