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Translation aka Messing with Language: A Conversation with Roy Kesey

Back in September, I had the joy of interviewing author and translator Roy Kesey as part of our Annual Translation Symposium. We discussed Dark Constellations, translation, travel, the Norman Invasion of England, colonialism, poetry, Dr, Seuss, and our shared hatred of Ayn Rand’s books. Here you will find a (lightly) abridged transcript of our talk that I hope you will find as enlightening as I did.

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