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Yugoslavia: The Encyclopedia of the Dead

I confuse love with nostalgia.

No. 30 • Maja Lukic


 

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Bury My Tongue

I’m remnants. Remains of a teen, troubled, remains of a child, sling necked but alive.

No. 30 • Ann-Marie Blanchard


 

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Childhood Biracial

I memorize her face for our resemblance: an arched brow, a dark ring around the pupil.

No. 30 • Yasmine Ameli


 

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Two Poems

The rice fields shine like rows of tinsel / the sun a neighborhood beggar in a lazy nap.

No. 30 • Huan He


 

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The Language Map

What is a country

No. 30 • Angela María Spring


 

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Mapping Why We Write

There are poems that allow us to be what we are, or what we want to be, without shame.

No. 30 • Miguel Coronado


 

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Our Language

Like memory, language changes. Our words eddy around the things we fear.

No. 29 • Yohanca Delgado


 

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An Irrelevant Writer: Yiyun Li Introduces Shen Congwen

Great books are never abandoners—they don’t betray us; they don’t turn away from our candid admiration or criticism; they don’t die.

No. 10 • Shen Congwen


 

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Letters: A Translator and a Poet Discuss the Russian Language

You might have been expecting a note from me sooner than this!

No. 02 • Arkadii Dragomoshchenko


 

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Variations on the Right to Remain Silent

Silence is as important as words in the practice and study of translation.

No. 07 • Anne Carson