Karen VILLEDA's (IWP '15) translation of "1 am" by Mina Loy appears in Letras Libres magazine.
U Pe Myint (IWP '98) is Burma's new Minister of Information.
Mohib ZEGHAM M.D. (IWP ’12) was recently awarded Afghanistan’s highest governmental medal, “Sayed Jamal u-Din Afghan,” for his literary and civic activities.
The novel KTN Kottor:Ezhuthum Jeevithavum [KTN Kottor:His Writing and Life] has garnered Rajeevan THACHOM POYIL (IWP ’04) the 2014 Best Novel Award from the Kerala State Academy for Literature.
Rochelle POTKAR's (IWP '15) first book of poetry, Four Degrees of Separation, is now available from PoetryPrimero.
Tropicalia: Poems and Translations, from Mookie KATIGBAK-LACUESTA (IWP '15) and Frances CANNON, is now available through Vagabond Press.
Daddy's Boy by Shandana MINHAS (IWP '13) is now available through HarperCollins India.
Helon HABILA (IWP '04) talks about his work, the current situation in Nigeria, and the obligations of an African writer.
Yu-Mei BALASINGAMCHOW (IWP '15) speaks on her identity as a Singaporean writer with the Ploughshares blog.
Roua SGHAIER's (BTL '11) The Memory of the Pavement was honored with the 2015 Arab Creativity Award in Literature.
The Atlas of Lost Beliefs, the 8th poetry volume of Ranjit HOSKOTE (IWP ‘ 95), a distinguished poet, essayist, translator, scholar, and curator based in Mumbai, has just come out from Arc Publications (UK).
In the Summer 2020 issue of World Literature Today, Gianni SKARAGAS (IWP '08) writes about returning home to Greece in the time of the pandemic to be "a son to his mother."
The Slovak poet Mila HAUGOVA (IWP '96) is the 2020 recipient of the distinguished Vilenica International Literary Award.
On 5/24/20, the US Embassy in Moscow celebrated Joseph Brodsky's 80th birthday with a collage of American poets reading his birthday poem "May 24, 1980" in the poet's self-translation. Chris Merrill, one of Brodsky's students, is among the readers.
Véronique TADJO (IWP ’06) discusses the renewed interest in publishing rights control among Francophone writers in Africa.