Originals and Translations, from the Persian, by Maziar Karim 4. crush of stories from the past thousand years stirs us and embraces today’s stories trembling coming from a thousand years ago and we everyday every year every century every thousand …

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by Mathias Kirchhoff     Artist’s Note: I translate titles of songs and bands that I love into wooden objects. The series is called TRIBUTE. It is this bidirectional communication between the song and the objects that fascinates me. Mathias …

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Original text from Britney Spears’ court transcript Translated by Eszter Takacs but my precious body line for subjects like professors whose work for my dad’s subject object agreement for the past [redacted] years boiling up into cognition the years the …

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Original by Maysun bint Bahdal Translated, from the Arabic, by Reem Hazboun Taşyakan A humble house with pulsating souls, more beloved than this illustrious palace. The barking calls of familiar farm hounds, more cherished than this host of purebred cats. …

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Original by Giovanna Cristina Vivinetto Translated, from the Italian, by Gabriella Fee & Dora Malech from Dolore Minimo What name do you choose, papa-judge? What name do you give me? You’ve summoned me to court to tell me you’re almost …

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