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Liza St James

Contributor

Liza St James

Liza St. James is a contributing editor at Tunica Magazine and the fiction editor of Columbia: A Journal. She has taught with the Prison University Project and currently teaches in the undergraduate writing program at Columbia University, where she studies fiction and literary translation.

Articles by Liza St James

PEN World Voices Festival As It Happened: Women’s Voices in Translation
By Liza St James
Saturday afternoon, writers, translators, editors, and publishers, gathered above Albertine bookstore to discuss the gender bias in literary translations published in the United States. “Where are…
PEN World Voices Festival As It Happened: “Queer Futures”
By Liza St James
Photo: Beowulf Sheehan/PEN World Voices FestivalOn May 6, 2015, the PEN World Voices Festival brought together South African visual activist Zanele Muholi, Nigerian social entrepreneur Kehinde Bademosi, and…
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