Short Translations

Uwe Schütte on Hermann Burger in Asymptote

Hermann Burger, The Emergency Brake, in The Guardian

Manuel Vásquez Montalbán, All Desert Islands Are the Same in Words Without Borders

Francesc Garriga: Two Poems in Words Without Borders

Diego de San Pedro: The Prison of Love in Asymptote

Elvira Riveiro Tobío: Carnia Haikai in Words Without Borders

Jean Améry’s suicide notes in Asymptote

César Aira on Osvaldo Lamborghini in Asymptote

Antonio Altarriba: The Art of Flying in Words Without Borders

Marianne Fritz: Die Schwerkraft der Verhältnisse in Asymptote

Josef Winkler: Natura Morta in Asymptote

Josef Winkler: Domra, on the Shore of the Ganges in Fwriction: Review

Josef Winkler: Graveyard of Bitter Oranges in Intranslation

Josef Winkler: Graveyard of Bitter Oranges in Words Without Borders

Josef Winkler: Graveyard of Bitter Oranges in The Paris Review

Josef Winkler: When the Time Comes serialized in The Brooklyn Rail (an early version)

Josef Winkler: Natura Morta in BODY

Pere Gimferrer: Lay and other poems in The White Review

Pere Gimferrer: The Man in the Turban (from Fortuny) in Asymptote

Germán Sierra: Standards in The Quarterly Conversation

Sibylle Lacan: from A Father: Puzzle in Asymptote

Print only:

Enrique Vila-Matas, “The Fear of Europe,” in Best European Fiction 2015.

Josef Winkler, “Lassie in the Cesspit” in Flash: the International Short Story Magazine.

Josef Winkler, excerpts from When the Time Comes in Flash: the International Short Story Magazine.

Josef Winkler, excerpts from Mother and the Pencil in Best European Fiction 2016.

Jean Améry, from Charles Bovary, Country Doctor. Portrait of a Simple Man in The Review of Contemporary Fiction.

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