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Links Round-Up Sep 16-20

Readings & Reviews A “mimodrama” for your morning by Albert Camus in translation by Ryan Bloom http://ow.ly/236X5p A novella by Tahar Ben Jelloun translated from the French by Dr. Rita Nezami in this week’s New Yorker http://ow.ly/oUE0x Zang Di’s tribute to Seamus … Continue reading

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Links Round Up 8/19-8/23

Reading & Discussion “A translator is the most observant reader.” -Agata Tuszynska and her translators, more herehttp://ow.ly/odpdw “Good or bad, the only way to find out what you’re missing is to read [these works] in translation.” http://ow.ly/o5NwK Always important to read … Continue reading

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Links Round-Up Aug 5-9

Readings New short fiction by Cesar Aira in translation by Alfred Mac Adam http://ow.ly/20Dih1 Words Without Borders’ August issue is here, with a focus on Brazil http://ow.ly/20DmPo A powerful poem by Kiril Medvedev in translation by Keith Gessen with Isabel … Continue reading

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Links Round-Up Jul 1-5

Readings & Reviews Understanding the mechanics of translation… via Don Quixote. http://ow.ly/mxtgP Some great translations – and more – in the newest issue of Big Bridge. http://ow.ly/mxtCJ Available now, Words Without Borders’ July issue: Iran’s Postrevolution Generation. http://ow.ly/mxuLn “The translation is remarkable and … Continue reading

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Links Round-Up June 24-28

Awards Francis Jones wins the 2013 John Dryden Translation Competition: http://ow.ly/mumQp Conversation “Iceland has the most books per capita in the world… But what of this flood is available in English translation?” http://ow.ly/mjXE0 Mikhail Shishkin: A Reading and Conversation with … Continue reading

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