BTBA #1: GUANTANAMO by Dorothea Dieckmann and Tim Mohr
The year-long Best Translated Book Award retrospective kicks off with this episode featuring the very first winner of the BTBA: Guantanamo by Dorothea Dieckmann, translated from the German by Tim Mohr and published by Soft Skull. There are three discussions on this episode: Chad W. Post and Patrick Smith talk about the formation of the BTBA and how the first year worked, then Patrick and Tim Mohr discuss Guantanamo, and finally Chad and Richard Nash talk about publishing ca. 2007.
This series will continue biweekly through the end of the year, covering all twenty-five winning BTBA books (poetry and fiction) culminating in a Best of the BTBA award chosen by YOU, the listeners and fans, at the end of 2021. Stay tuned to Three Percent for additional posts, interviews, analysis of translation trends, and more.
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