Jeffrey Zuckerman reviews Irving Weiss’s translation of Mauritian author Malcolm de Chazal’s breakthrough volume of aphorisms through the lens of photography.
Alexandra Tilden reviews Julia Sanches’s translation of Mariana Oliver’s Migratory Birds and lays bare the broad political implications of seemingly subtle linguistic choices.
Charles Prusik introduces us to «The Interim», the latest Hilbig from Two Lines Press, examining the intersection of history, materiality, and subjectivity in Hilbig’s work.
Aitor Bouso Gavín highlights the linguistic and humanitarian attentiveness of «Boat People», Mayra Santos-Febres’s collection translated from Spanish by Vanessa Pérez-Rosario.
Vincent Kling reviews Sam Taylor’s translation of Laurent Binet’s «Civilizations», examining the tension between fiction and history that pervades all three of Binet’s novels.