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Read Some Russian Women Poets for #readwomen2014

Following up on my #readwomen2014 update yesterday, Three Percent published a review I wrote of a fantastic collection of poetry published by Zephyr Press: Relocations: 3 Contemporary Russian Women Poets, by Polina Barskova, Anna Glazova, and Maria Stepanova, translated by Catherine Ciepiela, Anna Khasin, and Sibelan Forrester. The collection is quite diverse and offers a little something for […]

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On Small Presses & Translations + 2014: The Year of Reading Women in The Guardian

Following up on the big brouhaha over the “Global Novel” panel from the Jaipur Literature Festival I posted yesterday, The Guardian’s Books section (comfortably nested under the just-broad-enough Culture heading) has posted a couple more articles about trends in translation, independent publishing, and the need to read more women authors that is completely putting to shame our […]

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