Reading the World Podcast #2: Susan Harris
Well, it’s the beginning of the month and time for another Reading the World Podcast. Erica Mena and I co-host this monthly podcast, which features interviews with authors, translators, scholars, publishers, and other international literature enthusiasts. All of the episodes we’ve taped are pretty awesome—a lot of fun, and very thoughtful and interesting as well. You can listen to the first episode here, although I recommend subscribing via iTunes and giving us a 5-star rating. (Along with my aforementioned dream of seeing someone reading and Open Letter book on the subway, my other goal in life is for this podcast to be more popular than one of the dozens of Twilight and Harry Potter podcasts available on iTunes. Just one. But we can’t do this without your support . . . )
Anyway, this month’s episode features Susan Harris of Words Without Borders, who came on to talk about WWB’s educational programs and the Ecco Anthology of International Poetry that she edited along with Ilya Kaminsky. If you know Susan, than you know that this is a pretty funny and exciting conversation . . . and one that needed a bit of editing. Uh, yeah.