CABINET OF CURIOSITIES: Daniel Canty’s Wigrum – by Calum Gardner. On a recently translated French novel from 2010, for fans of Perec, Calvino, and Nabokov.
EDWARD PUGH: PLACE AND LANDSCAPE IN SIX VIEWS OF DENBIGHSHIRE, 1794 – by Ailsa Hutton. On John Barrell’s Edward Pugh of Ruthin, 1763-1813: ‘A Native Artist’.
THE FIRST INDY-REF NOVEL? – by Karyn Dougan. On Craig Smith’s The Mile.
TO TRUTHS TRANSLATED: ON SHAKESPEARE AND FLARF – by Calum Gardner. On The Sonnets: Translating and Rewriting Shakespeare, edited by Sharmilla Cohen and Paul Legault.
ARIKA 2013: CONFRONTING US AS FLESH – by Tom Coles. On boychild’s performances at Arika’s Episode 5 – Hidden in Plain Sight.
EIBF 2013: MORE THAN AN APPENDIX – by Rebecca DeWald. Translation Duels in French and Spanish.
EIBF 2013: LOYAL TO THE SPIRIT OF TRANSGRESSION – by Rebecca DeWald. Patricio Pron and Eugen Ruge.
EIBF 2013: PERCEPTIONS, PREOCCUPATIONS, PREJUDICES – by Rebecca DeWald. Jerry Brotton on Maps.
EIBF 2013: NO UNDERTAKERS OF THE MULTIPLICITY OF LANGUAGE – by Rebecca DeWald. Pedro Lenz and Glaswegian translator Donal McLaughlin on Naw much of a talker.
FRÈROCITÉ – by Alexander Freer. On Jean-Bertrand Pontalis’ Brother of the Above.
BROODING, MULLING, REMEMBERING, LISTENING, OBSESSING – by Mark West. On Masha Tupitsyn’s Love Dog.
TRANSLATING MULTIVOCALITY – by Anikó Szilágyi. On Writing Revolution: The Voices from Tunis to Damascus, edited by Layla Al-Zubaidi and Matthew Cassel.
PERCEPTION IS ALMOST AN END IN ITSELF – by Calum Gardner. On Lyn Hejinian’s The Book of a Thousand Eyes.
ARIKA 2013: HISTORY ROUND A TABLE – by Mark West. On Arika’s Episodes 4 & 5.
ARIKA 2013: A CHOREOGRAPHY OF AFFINITIES – by Amy Bromley. On Antonia Baehr’s My Dog Is My Piano at Arika Episode 5 – Hidden In Plain Sight.
BIG AND SMALL – by Richie McCaffery. On Maggie Rabatski’s Holding and Alexander Hutchison’s Tardigrade.
POEMS OF THE INFRA-EXTRAORDINARY – by Calum Rodger. On Alec Finlay’s memoir Question your teaspoons.
ECHOES – by Rebecca DeWald. On Nihad Sirees’s novel The Silence and the Roar.
HEY – by Tom White. On Thomas Meyer’s translation of Beowulf.
AFTER THE FALL – by Daniel O’Gorman. On Richard Gray’s After the Fall: American Literature Since 9/11.
WHEN THE MEASURING STICK IS RAVAGED – by Chris Law. On Mark Fisher and Justin Barton’s On Vanishing Land and Jessica Warboys’s Pageant Roll.