Tag Archives: Literature Across Frontiers

The Third Shore (in three parts): 1

(To celebrate the publication of The Third Shore – and indeed to publicise this celebration of the act of translation – I’ll post my intro here in three parts over the next few days. This is an anthology of mutual … Continue reading

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Translating ‘Rabbit’ into ‘Island’ at Gümüşlük

I’ve just spent a fascinating week translating the work of three talented younger Turkish poets, Efe Duyah, Pelin Özer, and the enigmatically titled Gökҫenur Ҫ. I was working with Richard Gwyn from the University of Cardiff, whose most recent book, … Continue reading

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The Losers’ Club

I came back from India so close to Christmas it was a hairpin bend adjustment to get everything done for our now highly-ritualised family celebrations. Since then I’ve been setting up the inevitable yet-another-blog to document the process over here. … Continue reading

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