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Alex Nye shares how a month in a hospital bed, unable to read or write, challenged and changed her as a writer, and how we can find transformational experiences in unexpected places.

Ros Schwartz speaks with Ann Morgan about translating classic literature, learning to ventriloquise other writers, the importance of leaving some words untranslated and the linguistic challenges of the front-loading washing machine.


Sarah Ardizzone speaks with Ann Morgan about the influence of performance on writing, the additional complications of translating graphic novels, and the need for what she calls ‘translation activism’.

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