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Literature in Translation

The Northwest Review of Books Issue 1

The Northwest Review of Books Issue 1: Literature in Translation

The first print issue of The Northwest Review of Books will be published in July and will feature translations of poetry and prose from the Chinese, Danish, Farsi, French, Hebrew, Russian, Spanish, and Yiddish, as well as commentary and criticism on works by Haruki Murakami, Tulsidas, and Diego Zúñiga.

Translators include Beatrice Bridglall, Sue Burke, Joanna Chen, Patrick James Dunagan, Maia Evrona, Michael Goldman, J. Kates, Tsipi Keller, Ava Koohbor, Christian Law, Armine Kotin Mortimer, Jeremy Tiang, and Charlotte Whittle.

The issue includes translations of poetry by Yonatan Berg, Cecil Bødker, Hafez, Vicente Núñez, Aleksey Porvin, and Abraham Sutzkever, and translations of prose by Zou Jingzhi, Guy de Maupassant, Ada Pagis, Philippe Sollers, and Rafael Toriz (with illustrations by Edgar Cano).

Other contributors include Maya Muir, Lowry Pei, and James Yeary.

Pre-order the issue now for just $6.00 (a 50% discount).