Posted on May 24, 2021
Posted on May 17, 2021
"And to think I swore I’d stay out of trouble on this side of the world," reflects Liberio, the wry, profane teenage narrator of Aura Xilonen's prize-winning Mexican novel The Gringo Champion. Liberio, an undocumented migrant farm worker, has the honesty and desperation of J.D Salinger's Holden Caulfield, but without Holden's aura of privilege.
Posted on May 12, 2021
Posted on May 09, 2021
Ever wonder what life in Iran is really like? There are still a few spaces left for a livestream with Iranian writers and translators (of each other's work!) Habibe Jafarian and Salar Abdoh: this Wednesday, May 12th, at 1 pm.
Posted on April 28, 2021
There is one thing almost all the literature on this site has in common: it has been translated into English from another language.