Reading the World #9: Martha Collins

Erica Mena (that’s me!) and special co-host Mike Schorsch talk with translator and poet Martha Collins about translation as political action, and translation of Vietnamese poetry. Martha is an amazing poet, my first translation workshop teacher, and big influence in my work and in my life. We recorded this last year (!) at AWP in Denver, and it was such a treat to get to talk with her about her work. This is one of my favorite podcasts to date, though I say that about all of them.

You can listen at Three Percent here.

You can listen to it/download it on iTunes here.

Click here for all the past podcasts on Three Percent (which include conversations with Suzanne Jill Levine, Bill Johnston, Esther Allen, Lawrence Venuti, and Susan Harris), and you can also subscribe through iTunes.

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