Links Round Up May 6-10

Reading and Discussion

Photos, videos and more translation related goodness over on the WWB Tumblr, check it out here http://ow.ly/kUTnu

“in a deceptive dream in which you are the things you do,/a ladder you climb,
/falls down.”-Tone Hødnebø http://ow.ly/kRpLM

The new anthology “In Translation: Translators on Their Work And What It Means” is out!http://ow.ly/kSvNE

“It’s raining hard today./The day is more like night”–Umberto Saba’s melancholy poem “The Little Tree” http://ow.ly/kOqAU

A little bit more about the 2013 BTBA winners, Satantango and Wheel with a Single Spokehttp://ow.ly/kOq6n

Subscribe to Center for the Art of Translation’s Two Lines Press! http://ow.ly/kOpYk

U.S. Poet Laureate Natasha Trethewey: Poetry still matters http://ow.ly/kME3D

On defining the “African Writer” http://ow.ly/kOpTf

Susan Bernofksy sums up the 2013 Best Translated Book Awards http://ow.ly/kJzXo

PEN World Voices Festival Dispatch: Palestinian Writers in Conversation. Read more herehttp://ow.ly/kMCYa

A guide to literary Tumblrs. Huzzah! http://ow.ly/kJzpe

“conductors have great memory, he gave me/just one look and that was enough for him” — Robert Perišić http://ow.ly/kJzl0

Reviews

Review of “The Whispering Muse” by Sjón http://ow.ly/kSxtR

A little review of Mexican writer Alvaro Enrigue’s short story, “On the Death of the Author.”http://ow.ly/kOqog

Events

Arabic Literary Translation Workshop at the London Review of Books offices during World Literature Weekend, June 17-19 http://ow.ly/kTbfe

A rare visit to the UK by the distinguished critic & translator Edith Grossman at BCLT! Friday 24 May at 7pm http://ow.ly/kMEAq

Upcoming literary translation events in Norway and London, hosted by BJ Epstein http://ow.ly/kOqbL

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