Links Roundup July 2 to 6

News & Comment

This month’s installment of TWO LINES Online is up!

Aldus, a journal of translation, is looking great:


A Complete Review of The Tyrant, a 1973 novel only just published in English:

The Complete Review sees the German Hotlist 30 as a mixed bag:

Conversational Reading promises this essay will help us read some of what Chejfec says about Kentridge:

Proustitute reviews Satantango at the LA Review of Books:

More review fun over at Three Percent. This time it’s Sayed Kashua’s Second Person Singular, translated from the Hebrew:

The latest Three Percent review is The End of the Story by Liliana Heker:

Interviews & Profiles

The City and the Writer: In Santiago de Chile with Idra Novey:

Russian Author Dmitri Kosyrev, aka Master Chen, on His Asian Alter-ego:

A look at An Iranian Storyteller’s Personal Revolution:


Announcing the 2012 PEN Translation Fund Grant Recipients:

Three Percent takes a closer look at the 12 recipients of this year’s PEN Translation Fund:

Thoughts on Translation

Comments on Fish Variations, translating “a very particular phonetic structure that throws up special challenges”:


Legendary translator Margaret Jull Costa will discuss her work with Nobel laureate Jose Saramago:

Willis Barnstone will be leading a translation workshop at the 6th Annual Surprise Valley Writers’ Conference

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