We have a great list of visiting writers and events this semester.
Here is the link to register to attend Writer’s Harvest benefit for hunger on Nov 21 at 6pm: Register to attend virtually on Zoom. This, our final event of Fall, is an annual benefit for hunger done in coordination between the creative writing program, Western College, and TOPSS, a local non-profit and pantry. There will be several short readings by local writers and an art auction moderated by Billy Simms.
“Isn’t English good enough for you?” Charles Bernstein asked in a 2010 interview with translator Erin Mouré. It’s a question that leads me to reflect on the emotional investment of the translator. What can she offer as a poet to a work that she is translating? How can she retain the original connection the author had with the words of his native tongue in this new language? Why are translated works so crucial to the literary world? Continue reading →