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WITmonth Q&As: Bogdan Suceava on Romania

Throughout August, Literalab will be asking writers, translators and publishers to comment on both the women writers from their own language they most appreciate having been translated into English as well as those they would most like to see make the leap. Bogdan Suceavă is a Romanian prose writer, poet, journalist and a Professor of […]

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Polina Barskova in B O D Y

As part of Women in Translation Month, B O D Y is presenting a selection of some of the best women poets and fiction writers whose work we’ve published in English translation over the past couple years. Today it is the poem “Manuscript Found By Natasha Rostova During The Fire” by Polina Barskova, translated from […]

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Women in Translation Month in B O D Y

B O D Y is taking a short summer hiatus (two weeks, calm down!) but is taking advantage of the fact that August is Women in Translation Month to give readers the chance to look back at a few of the many women writers whose translated work we’ve published over the past couple years, some […]

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