Translations

FROM SLOVENIAN:

The Lie,” “The Key,” “Over the Edge,” and “Through the Window” by Lili Potpara. Trans. from the Slovene. Alchemy Translation Journal. Spring 2014.

Early Butterfly” by Nina Kokelj. Trans. from the Slovene with Aleksandra Velise. Brooklyn Rail.  January 2014.

3 poems (“Death at Dachau,” “Shared Grave,” “On Entering the Death Camp”). Trans. from the Slovene with Matevž Kersnik. My Shadow in Dachau: Poems and Biographies of the Survivors and of the Dead from Dachau Concentration Camp.  Ed. Stuart Taberner & Dorothea Hesier. Camden House Press (forthcoming  2014).

The Surprise” by Lili Potpara. Trans. from the Slovene. Part of the “Very Short Fiction” feature in World Literature Today, September 2012. Print & online.

“Ana’s Note” by Suzana Tratnik. Trans. from the Slovene with Matevž Kersnik. The Journal of Slovene Studies. 2012.

“The Beggar” by Nina Kokelj. Trans. from the Slovene with Jaka Čibej. The Journal of Slovene Studies. 2012.

“Guti’s Stories” by Silvija Borovnik. Trans. from the Slovene with Jaka Čibej. The Journal of Slovene Studies. 2012.

The Ghosts are Schrodinger Cats” by Maja Novak. Trans. from the Slovene with Nina Dolgan. Words Without Borders, December 2011.

Highway” by Lili Potpara. Trans. from the Slovene with Matevž Kersnik. The Montreal Review, August 2011.

FROM SPANISH:

The Dorado Woman” by Jimena Néspolo. Trans. from the Spanish. Brooklyn Rail. January 2014. 

“The Girls Remove Unwanted Hair on Friday Nights, but Derrida is Dead” by Odette Casamayor Cisneros. Trans. from the Spanish. Confluencia 2013.

Interview with Carmen Boullosa. Trans. from the Spanish. Accompanies the “Very Short Fiction” feature in World Literature Today, September 2012. Print & online.

The Vision” by Carmen Boullosa. Trans. from the Spanish.  Part of the “Very Short Fiction” feature in World Literature Today, September 2012. Print.

Saint Teresa Visits Beth Israel” by Carmen Boullosa. Trans. from the Spanish. PEN/USA Website, February 2011.

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