Jasmina TESANOVIC (scriptwriter, fiction writer, Yugoslavia; born in Belgrade, 1954) founded, with two other women, the first women's publishing house in Serbia in 1994. She writes, translates, and edits both non-fiction and fiction dealing with women's issues. She assisted in the production and writing of several films in Italy and Belgrade, worked on movies for Belgrade TV, and has given video art performances. Ms.
On 10/15/2020, the Al Quds/Jerusalem-based Palestinian poet Najwan DARWISH (IWP ‘10) and his translator will be launching Najwan’s new English-language collection, Embrace. (Registration for the Zoom event and a small fee required.)
Nine contemporary American stories were rendered into Russian by a collective of young Kazakhstani translators, working with editor Yuriy SEREBRIANSKY (IWP ’17) at the Translation Laboratory, hosted by American Space & Makerspace Almaty.