• An Odyssey Through Central Asia: Erika Fatland’s Sovietistan

    Tamerlane Salyk reviews the tour of the "stans" in "Sovietstan," a travelogue by Erika Fatland, translated by Kari Dickson.

    “We’ll buy you a harpoon, Lydia”: How Arthur Miller Adapted Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice

    Janine Barchas shares a long-lost radio adaptation of Jane Austen's classic novel.

    Refugee Literature in the Age of the “Global Migrant Crisis”

    Jocelyn Frelier looks at the emergent power of refugee storytelling.

    Filling the Gaps: On Translating Miloš Crnjanski’s Novel of London

    Will Firth discusses translating Serbian writer Miloš Crnjanski’s "nuanced expressionist collage."

    Constance Garnett: A Heroic Translator

    Bob Blaisdell remembers the translation genius of Constance Garnett.

    “The Psalms aren’t mentioned, but they’re there”: Talking with Jonathan Blum

    Holiday Reinhorn talks with Jonathan Blum about the forces that inspired his book of stories "The Usual Uncertainties."