Posts Categorised: Translation
Signs Preceding the End of the World: talking points from the English PEN Translated Literature Book Club
Report by Jonathan Ruppin November saw the fourth meeting of the Book Club, with Signs Preceding the End of the World by Mexican author Yuri Herrera (translated by Lisa Dillman) the book under discussion. As members get to know each other better, the debate is becoming livelier and we’re really seeing the benefits of hearing
The Feminist Press’s Lauren Hook sends a dispatch from Kraków’s annual Conrad Festival, reflecting particularly on the inspiring women writers she met there.
Larry Siems, director of the Freedom to Write and International Programs at PEN American Center, makes an impassioned plea for the case of Mohamedou Ould Slahi, imprisoned at Guantánamo.