Sarah Gerard

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Three Poems by Francesca Coppola
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She’s an archaic, the last meaning of a word. He’s a drunk, but of the ultramarine kind.

Looking Back on 2014 #3
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Selections by Nate Wooley, Laida Lertxundi, and Sarah Gerard.

Alina Gregorian by Sarah Gerard
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Dramaturgy, flags, and tangible abstractions.

The Cahiers Series: Center for Writers & Translators, The American University of Paris by Sarah Gerard
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Translation as visitation. Translating silence, or the inability to translate silence. A word that does not want to be translated. Translation as story. Attempting to translate grief. Translation as unanswered letter to the dead. 

Trisha Low by Sarah Gerard
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Language like tar, pick-and-mix identities, and a long sputtering of retcons.

The Way of the Artist by Sarah Gerard
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It is surprising that Sam Savage would write a book about a character who has never had a profession—before writing, he worked as a bicycle mechanic, carpenter, crab fisherman, and letterpress printer.

The Landscape of Memory by Sarah Gerard
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Sarah Gerard on life’s closing and Gerald Murnane’s fifth novel, Inland.

The Malleability of Language: Silence and Breakage by Sarah Gerard
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Sarah Gerard sits down with Johnny Lorenz to discuss his translation of A Breath of Life, the final novel written by the enigmatic Brazilian author Clarice Lispector.

Every Thing Has an Instant in Which It Is by Sarah Gerard
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Sarah Gerard continues her investigation of the work of Clarice Lispector, tracing the Brazilian writer’s thinking about concepts of eternity.

Dilated Heart: Alison Entrekin and Clarice Lispector by Sarah Gerard
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Alison Entrekin, translator of a new edition of Lispector’s Near the Wild Heart, on the difficulties and pleasures of translating this particularly difficult and pleasing writer.

The Verdict is in the Sentence by Sarah Gerard
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Sarah Gerard on the experience of language in Clarice Lispector’s recently translated fifth novel, The Passion According to G.H.

How to Live Safely Inside a Black Hole by Sarah Gerard
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Sarah Gerard learns how to live safely.

We Deserve Nothing by Sarah Gerard
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Sarah Gerard on Existentialism, relationships, and Alexander Maksik’s You Deserve Nothing.

Ross Racine by Sarah Gerard
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Ross Racine’s maplike prints of suburban landscapes are like being airborne over an imagined America. He talks to Sarah Gerard about materiality and immateriality, paper, and maps.

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