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WWB Daily: Past Posts

Sep, 2019

An Interview with WWB Poetry Contest Winner Jacob Rogers
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An Interview with WWB Poetry Contest Winners Lee Young-ju and Jae Kim
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An Interview with WWB Poetry Contest Winners Claudia Masin and Robin Myers
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An Interview with WWB Poetry Contest Winners Dorothy Tse and Natascha Bruce
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The City and the Writer: In Turin with Angie Cruz
Nathalie Handal
Vitality Enough: Translating “Anniversaries: From a Year in the Life of Gesine Cresspahl”
Damion Searls
Edith Grossman, Renowned Translator and Advocate for Translation, to Receive 2019 Ottaway Award
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Aug, 2019

Announcing the Winners of the 2019 Poems in Translation Contest
The Editors of Words Without Borders
The City and the Writer: In Lisbon, Portugal, and Orkney, Scotland with Rachael McGill
Nathalie Handal
How to Ask a Question Like the Little Prince: An Interview with Filmmaker Marjoleine Boonstra
Susannah Greenblatt
The Watchlist: August 2019
Tobias Carroll
The Women of the Strega
Chiara Marchelli
The City and the Writer: In Calgary with Marcello Di Cintio
Nathalie Handal
First Read—from “When the Plums Are Ripe”
Patrice Nganang
The Translator Relay: Chantal Ringuet
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Jul, 2019

The Watchlist: July 2019
Tobias Carroll
First Read—From “History. A Mess.”
Sigrún Pálsdóttir
The City and the Writer: In Worcester with Oliver de la Paz
Nathalie Handal
Emboldening Queer Characters: On Translating Gender
Victoria Caudle
Notes from the Classroom: On Teaching Translation
Jenny McPhee

Jun, 2019

The Feminist Novel Is on the Rise in the Arab Gulf: An Interview With Mona Kareem
Salwa Benaissa
The Watchlist: June 2019
Tobias Carroll
The City and the Writer: In Bangalore with Madhuri Vijay
Nathalie Handal
11 International Queer Pieces to Read Right Now
Susan Harris
Starting at the Surface: An Interview with Lee Hyemi
So J. Lee
수면에서 시작하기: 이혜미 작가와의 인터뷰
So J. Lee
Sun and Slang: On Translating Geovani Martins’s “The Sun on My Head”
Julia Sanches
The City and the Writer: In Bombay with Jeet Thayil
Nathalie Handal
First Read—From “Among the Lost”
Emiliano Monge

May, 2019

Words Without Borders Launches Poems in Translation Contest
The Editors of Words Without Borders
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