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Translation is a Performance of Language: An Interview with Translator and Poet Will Schutt

I’m not sure there’s an Italian word for microaggression. If there is, it is probably lifted from americano.

Mediterranean Crossings: Nadia Terranova’s “Farewell, Ghosts,” Translated from Italian by Ann Goldstein

A childhood home is an archive and a map. Nadia Terranova’s novel Farewell, Ghosts, in Ann Goldstein’s translation, summons the power of the house in order to dissect the relationship between self and space, memory and reality.