Links Round-Up June 24

New Reading

  1. Ermanno Cavazzoni’s “Brief Lives of Idiots,” translated by Jamie Richards, online at World Literature Today
  2. Molossus presents a portfolio of Tomaž Šalamun, translated by Michael Biggins and Michael Thomas Taren with the author
  3. A new story by Adania Shibli, translated by Chris Stone
  4. New from Calypso: Of Gentle Wolves, Romanian poetry translated by Martin Woodside

Reviews & Interviews

  1. An interview with Ottilie Mulzet, translator of Krasznahorkai’s “Animalinside”
  2. Sam Munson reviews Antonio Lobo Antunes’ first novel, now translated by Margaret Jull Costa, in The National
  3. Mu Xin’s “An Empty Room,” translated by Toming Jun Liu, reviewed at Three Percent
  4. Read This Next presents Chejfec’s “My Two Worlds,” translated by Margaret B. Carson
  5. Bill Marx reviews Alex Zucker’s translation of Patrik Ouředník’s The Opportune Moment, 1855

Articles & Essays

  1. Jiri Kajane, a writer invented by his “translators,” has died
  2. Tim Parks on the Englishification of global writing


  1. More winners: William F. Sibley prize for translation from Japanese
  2. Stockholm: Georges-Olivier Châteaureynaud and translator Edward Gauvin win Science Fiction & Fantasy Translation Awards

About Erica Mena

Erica Mena is a Puerto Rican poet, translator, and book artist. Pronouns: they/them.
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