At ‘Words Without Borders,’ Susan Harris’ curation of this year’s queer issue has focused on inflection points that require ‘reckonings.’
Translator Larissa Kyzer’s curation of Icelandic writings from the past five years describes ‘a harbor both outward- and inward-looking.’
Since 2008, writes co-guest editor Scott Shanahan, translation from the Galician region in northwestern Spain has doubled.
This digital literary festival’s February 25 to 28 dates reflect Georgia’s annexation by and independence from the Soviet Union.
Three essays at ‘Words Without Borders’ this month look at issues of Black writers’ work and its prospects for translation.
‘Not being Arab nor African enough,’ translator Sawad Hussain writes, female writers aren’t supported by Sudan’s ‘literary ecosystem.’
More than 250 donor-attendees logged in to the digital edition of the Words Without Borders Gala in support of literature in translation.
As the term ‘Asian’ begins ‘to groan under the weight of its load’ of many cultures, Jennifer Shyue looks at Peruvian writers in translation.
An Indigenous language based in Paraguay yields poetic musings from a tongue in which ‘word’ and ‘soul’ are the same.
Released as the US high court ensures LGBTQ Americans’ job protection, the 11th ‘Queer Edition’ at Words Without Borders parallels ‘health, economic, and racial justice’ crises.