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WWB Daily: Past Posts

Dec, 2018

Living with the Tao
John Minford
“The Anarchist Who Shared My Name,” the Oulipo, and Contemporary Nonfiction
Tobias Carroll
Akram Aylisli’s Literary Odyssey
Katherine E. Young

Nov, 2018

The City and the Writer: In Rome with Elizabeth Geoghegan
Nathalie Handal
The Watchlist: November 2018
Tobias Carroll
Fearlessness, Alienation, & Mother-Sexuality: An Interview with Ursula Andkjær Olsen
Noor Naga
A New Narrative: An Interview with Four Argentine Women Writers
María Agustina Pardini
Women’s Voices, Art, and Activism at the Fifteenth Ubud Writers & Readers Festival
Eliza Vitri Handayani
First Read—From “Stone Dreams”
Akram Aylisli
The Emerging Literary Translator Valley of Death
Anton Hur
The City and the Writer: In Hong Kong with Nicholas Wong
Nathalie Handal
What the Mountains Remember: An Interview with Paolo Cognetti
Francesca Pellas
On Translating Armonía Somers’s “The Naked Woman”
Kit Maude
The Translator Relay: Ellen Cassedy
Jessie Chaffee

Oct, 2018

The City and the Writer: In Melbourne with Susan Bradley Smith
Nathalie Handal
Best of the B-Sides: The Legacy of a Secret
Lori Feathers
Behind the Art: “Women and Bicycles”
wild fucking ride: the thin fire. of sappho. in me.
Ana Kiffer
Every Day Is International Translation Day—The 2018 ITD Celebration in London
Marta Dziurosz
The Watchlist: October 2018
Tobias Carroll
The Ubud Writers & Readers Festival: An Interview with Janet DeNeefe
Jessie Chaffee
First Read—From “Anniversaries: From a Year in the Life of Gesine Cresspahl”
Uwe Johnson
The Person Who Bears My Name—A Multilingual Most Exquisite Corpse Story
Glaydah Namukasa, Ibtisam Azem, Amir Ahmadi Arian, and Silvana Paternostro
From Language Extinction to Pearls Crushed in Wine: JLF at New York
Noor Naga
Flight: An International Exquisite Corpse
Pema Bhum, Claudia Salazar Jiménez, Krys Lee, and Kanako Nishi
The City and the Writer: In Beirut with Jehan Bseiso
Nathalie Handal

Sep, 2018

For International Translation Day: 15 Ways of Looking at Translation
Susan Harris
The Translator Relay
Words Without Borders
First Read—From “What We Owe”
Golnaz Hashemzadeh Bonde
The Longlist for the National Book Award for Translated Literature
M.A. Orthofer
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