Join Words Without Borders’ virtual gala which will feature bilingual readings with some of the world’s most captivating literary voices, musical performances, and an opportunity to connect with a global literary community.
Words Without Borders
The winning poems will be selected by American poet Airea D. Matthews, along with the editors of Words Without Borders. Winning poets and translators will be awarded $150 each.
The internship, which offers a stipend of $200 per week, requires a commitment of sixteen hours a week over the course of three months.
“As you dive into these poignant excerpts, savor the literature for its creativity, experimentation, and musicality … but just as important, remember what it took for these voices to reach you.”
“Winning poets and translators will be awarded $150 each.”
“The application deadline is April 15, 2020.”
“Submissions will be accepted from May 28, 2019, through midnight June 28, 2019.”
Apparently, Magdy al-Shafee put together a short illustrated tract on the revolution that he made available in Tahrir.
WWB gathers a broad, somewhat odd sweep of “the modern Middle East” in its November issue.