Category Archives: Interviews

Collective Conversations: An Interview with the Emerging Translators Collective

This month takes us to Michigan, where the Emerging Translators Collective (ETC) is enacting a vision of the future of translation as it might be—were it not constrained by capitalism. Comprising a workshop and micro-press, ETC seeks to, in the … Continue reading

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Collective Conversations: An Interview with Cedilla & Co.

This month we move to New York City, where we find Cedilla & Co, one of the first, if not the first, in this new wave of literary translation collectives, which has certainly blazed a trail for the many others … Continue reading

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Collective Conversations: An Interview with the Boston-Area Literary Translators

If you’re not from Boston — or even if you are — this may well be the first you’re hearing of the Boston-Area Literary Translators, who have hitherto largely operated in the offline world. Our featured literary translation collective for … Continue reading

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Collective Conversations: An Interview with DC-ALT

This month finds us in Washington, D.C., which apart from being the nation’s capital, is also a hotbed of literary translation. In a spirit of community building and co-operation that certain other inhabitants of this city could stand to emulate, … Continue reading

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Collective Conversations: An Interview with the Third Coast Translators Collective

Most of the US-based collectives in this series are on the east or west coast; this month we hear from a group in the geographic middle. The Third Coast Translators Collective (TCTC) is an international community of literary translators in … Continue reading

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