January in books, Russian Robin Hood steals 92 toys, correcting articulatory mistakes, ALTA awards and more.
Upgraded images, December in books, 2020 translation workshops and more.
Reflecting on anonymous reviewing; 2019 in literary translations from Russian; the worst art to ever come out of Venice of the North. Plus an announcement about end-of-year surveys.
The Monthly in which everything became off-topic. A critical review of Spongebob: The Musical, J.T. gets published, and Romanov stories are back with a vengeance.
Thirteen books from September, an ice cream vendor vanishes, the Queen of Translation Reviews issues a decree, the Romanovs get roasted, and blog pages shuffle like a deck of cards.
Half-baked ideas, a translator's journey, and an above-average quantity of anthropological articles. Plus, two books which pique my interest for very different reasons.
To be or not to be on the internet...that is the question.
Back from IU-Bloomington, "to have" verbs, a heap of articles, and more.
Blogging and rescheduling; pipe dreams; books that actually managed to get read.
Greetings from Indiana, a new essay contest, "Russian" crime novels, a creative commons search engine, and more.