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‘Not One Between Equals’: Anita Raja Dives Into Translation’s Secrets & Mysteries October 19, 2016: In her article, “Translation as a Practice of Acceptance,” Anita Raja discusses her experience translating works from German, especially Christa Wolf, Ingeborg Bachmann, and Georg [...] by

The Vanishing Act March 10, 2016: I have been thinking of ways in which writers have vanished—the way they have vanished themselves from the literary world and from the world itself. I have been thinking, specifically, of how [...] by

The Dreamed Ones Enacts Ingeborg Bachmann and Paul Celan’s Long Correspondence March 7, 2016: While Harriet staff writers don’t really get sent on the international film festival circuit, we should have made a case for the 66th Berlinale. Screened as part of the Forum program this year [...] by

Notes Toward a New Language: Into the Desert April 8, 2015: Notes Toward a New Language: Into the Desert People who know me know I’m obsessed with the Desert Fathers, the first Christians who fled civilization for the desert where they believed they could [...] by

Barry Schwabsky on the Epic Pull of Paul Celan at Hyperallergic November 18, 2013: Barry Schwabsky takes a well-scholarly go at Paul Celan’s life and legacy in his review of David Young’s book of Celan translations, Language Behind Bars and Susan H. Gillespie’s [...] by

This Friday! Bachmann’s Borders: A Commemorative Symposium October 29, 2013: Achtung, those uninterested in committing mere persiflage at your next cocktailer: Some Ingeborg Bachmann scholars are in New York and are quite ready to discuss her work. Cf. Deutsche Haus, New [...] by

New Book of Ingeborg Bachmann Radio Scripts Causes Controversy June 16, 2011: The other day, in a small reflection about our writing spaces, HTMLGIANT posted a truly resonant photo of writer Friederike Mayröcker (born 1924) in her writing studio. Not much was mentioned in the [...] by