If ever there was a book which showed the world how to publish a translated work in minority, national and international languages, this is it. Written originally in Lai Hakha by the ethnic Chin poetess and creative polymath Anna Biak …continue reading
Though barely 30 pages thick, this chapbook eludes to why Maung Day is one of the most formidable poets of his generation. Boundaries and borders are crossed with impunity as he collides the village with outer space …continue reading
The International Writing Program at the University of Iowa has announced this year’s residents.
In their own words, ‘the INTERNATIONAL WRITING PROGRAM (IWP) is the oldest and largest multinational writing residency in the world. With a tradition of excellence that has continued for nearly five decades, the IWP annually brings outstanding authors from every continent to the University of Iowa …’continue reading