Tag Archives: Jennifer Boum Make

Translation as Care: On Fabienne Kanor’s “Humus,” Translated from French by Lynn E. Palermo

With her novel, Kanor converts loss and absence that mark the experience of slavery into recovery and presence.

Translation as Testimony: On Makenzy Orcel’s “The Immortals,” Translated from French by Nathan Dize

By Jennifer Boum Make You immortalize all the whores of Grand Rue, taken away by this thing. Makenzy Orcel, The Immortals Makenzy Orcel. Nathan Dize. Two writers who have tasked themselves to transform the stories of others as they create language that allows the rendering and relaying of the voices of those who are too […]