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Translations Galore! March 28, 2012: We’re very happy Nick Sturm at We Who Are About To Die has linked to everything translation-related covering the interwebs. There’s too much goodness to list here, so please find your way [...] by

Translation is Treason March 7, 2012: Our annual translation issue returns this month with poems that span several centuries and continents. The oldest poem in the issue, from the thirteenth century, appears in a portfolio from Peter [...] by

“Exile’s Letter” is stuck in Edmund White’s head February 6, 2012: We’ve written about the Paris Review’s “The Poem Stuck in My Head” series before (here and here). But that’s because we like it so much. In the latest installment, [...] by

The emotional hang-ups of Google’s poetry translation software January 17, 2011: Google researcher Dmitriy Genzel talks to NPR’s All Things Considered about the advancements in training artificial intelligence to recognize, translate, and maintain the characteristics of [...] by

Proceeding Translation: Brandon Brown & David Larsen February 3, 2010: UPDATE: Given the high volume of comments below, I thought it would be a good idea to post responses by David Larsen and Brandon Brown in the body of the post. Below this stands my original post (for [...] by

Caroline Bergvall’s Lingual Sculptures January 26, 2010: Caroline Bergvall is a poet and text-based artist of Norwegian and French descent working out of London. I first heard Bergvall read at Blue Stockings, a wonderfully resilient little bookstore in the [...] by