#In Translation

Fall 2021 New Releases In Translation

The mornings are crisp. The days are shorter. And the fall books are here! Check out these exciting fall 2021 new releases in translation, including People From My Neighborhood.

Great New Nonfiction in Translation

Check out these new nonfiction in translation books from around the world, including Black Box by Shiori Ito, translated by Allison Markin Powell.

14 Works of Mexican Literature Available in English Translation

From gothic gay vampire stories like The Route of Ice and Salt by José Luis Zárate, translated by David Bowles to dark contemporary novels like Signs Preceding the End of the World by Yuri Herrera, translated by Lisa Dillman, here are some of the best Mexican works in translation.

When You Can’t Speak Your Mother Tongue, Does Translated Fiction Fill the Void?

What happens when as a member of a community, you’re unable to speak its language, so imperfect translations are your only viable option?

16 French Books Available in English Translation

Check out these must-read French books in translation, including prize-winning books by Négar Djavadi, David Diop, and Virginie Despentes.

Get To Know Satyajit Ray: Bookish Polymath Extraordinaire

Get to know Bengali writer and filmmaker Satyajit Ray, along with a sampling of his stories and films available in translation.

Hot Summer 2021 New Releases by Women in Translation

It’s another great summer for books by women in translation. Exciting debuts, literary thrillers, and so much more, including The Woman in the Purple Skirt.

15 Argentinian Books Available in English Translation

Check out these must-reads from Argentinian authors, including Mariana Enríquez, Samanta Schweblin, and César Aira.

QUIZ: The Books You Should Read for Women in Translation Month!

Take this quiz to find the perfect book to read for Women in Translation Month, including Kim Jiyoung, Born 1982 by Cho Nam-Joo, translated by Jamie Chang.

#TheNewLatinoBoom: The Rise of Literature Published in Spanish in the U.S.

On the rise of the New Latino Boom, a growing trend of literature published in Spanish in the U.S. in the 21st century.