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Tess Lewis

Tess Lewis is a translator from German and French and an Advisory Editor of The Hudson Review. In 2009, she was awarded a PEN Translation Fund Grant for her translation of Alois Hotschnig’s...

Adriana X. Jacobs

Adriana X. Jacobs is Associate Professor of Modern Hebrew Literature at Oxford and Fellow of the Oxford Centre for Hebrew and Jewish Studies. She has published widely on Hebrew and Israeli poetry...

B.J. Epstein

B.J. Epstein is a senior lecturer in literature and public engagement at the University of East Anglia. She’s also a writer, editor, and Swedish-to-English translator. She is the author...

praCh

Called the “pioneer of Khmer Rap” and “Cambodia’s first rap star” by Newsweek, praCh (Prach Ly) was born in Cambodian refugee camps at the end of the Khmer Rouge...

Lizzie Tribone

Lizzie is a graduate of Kenyon College, where she earned a degree in religious studies and asian studies, and currently resides in Brooklyn. She is interested in international literature,...

Muriel Barbery & Alison Anderson

Muriel Barbery is the author of the international bestseller The Elegance of the Hedgehog (2007) and Gourmet Rhapsody (2009). Her newest novel, The Life of Elves, will be...

Naivo

Naivoharisoa Patrick Ramamonjisoa, who goes by the pen name Naivo, has worked as a journalist in his home country of Madagascar. He writes about Malagasy societies, past and present, and...

Nicola Gardini & Michael Moore

Author bio Nicola Gardini lives in Oxford and Milan. Lost Words was awarded the Viareggio Prize and the Zerilli-Marimò/City of Rome Prize. A Fellow of Keble College,...

The Producers of Play for Voices

Play for Voices is a new podcast of international radio drama slated to launch in the early fall of 2016. 

Anna Weidenholzer & Tess Lewis

Author bio Anna Weidenholzer was born in 1984 in Linz and lives in Vienna. She studied Comparative Literature in Vienna and Wroclaw, Poland. Weidenholzer has been published in numerous...

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