Tag Archives: Robert Wedderburn

The Three Polis: Scots and Intralingual Translation

The panel I took part in on translation at last week’s Newcastle Poetry Festival raised a number of issues of equal fascination to both poets and translators, and, one would hope, readers of both. I found myself as excited by … Continue reading

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Stop! in the Name of the New Unsettlement

4 (of 4) So the public art proposals I’ve been posting on Strawberry Duck on Tumblr for the last few years aren’t exactly that; they are partly simple enough ideas which could actually be done (and at relatively little expense, … Continue reading

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Heroic/Homiletic (you choose) Addendum

(Following on from the previous post, I’d expanded slightly on the enigmatic reference at the end to my own writing, but realised in that context it was digressive. Here, however, it’s part of the estranged brew of published, unpublished, retro- … Continue reading

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Everything is Translation

(Sometime toward the end of last year, I was chatting via email with Fiona Sampson about a translation project when I remarked that I’d been thinking for some time of translation as being at the heart of a broader range … Continue reading

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