• Expand your horizons and support World in Translation Month by reading one of the finalists for this year’s Best Translated Book Award. [1 of 3]
 

today’s Very Short List:
culture 22 May 2012

by Chad Post, author of The Three Percent Problem and director of Open Letter Books and Three Percent.
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  • Bill Johnston won this year’s BTBA for his translation of the hilarious and epic Stone Upon Stone. He also looks great on a T-shirt. [2 of 3]
 
  • One possible finalist for next year’s BTBA is The Canvas, a “flip book” about false memories that can be read in a variety of ways. [3 of 3]
 
  • Images (in order): World in Translation Month illustration by Peter Sis; Bill Johnston mosaic by Three Percent; screen grab via Daily Motion.
 
 

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