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Words without Borders features review of Enfermario

I’m hooked, a convert, and I cannot wait to read more. I think, should you choose to dive in with me, you’ll feel likewise....

Poupeh Missaghi reviews Enfermario at Asymptote

the stories explore how the body falls by itself or is undone by those around it....

Utne excerpts Some Versions of the Ice

Utne writes: Adam Tipps Weinstein debuts a collection of essays—clever plays on language, histories, facts, and fictions—that are sure to leave readers guessing at the truth behind...

Entropy reviews Antígona González

As a poet, Sara Uribe bends genres, disarms the reader, twists discourse to elude a defense mechanism against this reality...

Antígona González reviewed in Jacket2

What writers take and where they take it from do matter, and this awareness is present in the poem known as 'Antígona González,'...

New Pages reviews Timothy Yu’s 100 Chinese Silences

There are one hundred kinds of Chinese silences: the silence of the unknown grandfathers; the silence of borrowed Buddha and rebranded Confucius; the silence of alluring stereotypes and exotic reticence...

Washington Independent reviews Antígona González

"Victims are 'disappeared' and abductions are never resolved, yet she searches. Antígona recalls times past with her brother, remembrances, memories, in a journey of questions with no end."...

Queen Mob’s Teahouse Interviews Sara Uribe

"The book begins with the pressing question of 'counting the dead' ('contar muertos'), and throughout confronts the issue of the body—the missing body, the violated body, the mutilated body, the disappeared body"...

Foreword Reviews reviews 100 Chinese Silences

Matt Sutherland of the Foreword Reviews recommends 100 Chinese Silences by Timothy...

Nomadic Press reviews Some Versions of the Ice

"The essays in Some Versions of the Ice are erudite, intertextual, and jarring—they combine the complexities of the natural world with those of the perceptions of it made by minds prone to error."...

Antígona González on the long list for the Best Translated Book Awards

Congratulations to Sara Uribe and John Pluecker (Antígona González) for making it to the long list for the 2017 Best Translated Book Awards (BTBA) for Poetry....

Art in America reviews Costa’s Conceptualism

Costa and others turned their displacement into an advantage in the creation of new artistic forms...