Yvonne Owour ADHIAMBO's (IWP '05, Kenya) novel Dust on NPR.
Daniel WEISSBORT, the long-time director of UI's MFA in Translation, editor, translator and mensch, passed away in November of 2013. His legacy at the IWP endures.
Lyonel TROUILLOT (IWP '94, Haiti) wins le Prix Carbet de la Caraïbe et du Tout-Monde!
Bina SHAH (IWP '11, Pakistan) editorializes about romance, love and God in Pakistan.
Oscar RANZO (IWP '13, Uganda), in dialogue with Taban LoLIYONG (IWP '88, Sudan), on how to make Ugandan literature bloom.
Khaled KHALIFA (IWP '07, Syria) wins Naguib Mahfouz Medal for Literature!
A new WWB interview with IWP friend and colleague Aron AJI, on translating from the Turkish.
Poet Zeyar LYNN (IWP '13, Burma) and English poet and translator James Byrne speak with Ilya Kaminsky about poetry from Burma in this Poetry Foundation podcast.
Patrícia PORTELA (IWP '13) a finalist for the Portuguese Writers Association's Prize for Best Novel/Novella of 2012.
Karim ALRAWI (IWP '13) wins inaugural Prize for Best New Fiction for his novel Book of Sands.
Manila Times covers Kristian CORDERO’s Savage Mind Bookstore, “a cultural oasis in the Bicol region.”
The poet, translator, and teacher Maung Tha Noe died on July 12. The poet and translator ko ko thett has written a beautiful obituary for him. Rest in peace.
An informed, original, and wide-ranging take on Nollywood, his "national cinema," by the Nigerian poet and intellectual property lawyer Tade IPADEOLA.
On the 2022 shortlist for the distinguished Prix Apollinaire for French and Francophone poetry: Habib TENGOUR’s La Sandale d’Empédocle.
Homeira QADERI will be among the 2022 recipients of the MESA Global Academy scholarship.