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David Romtvedt, the poet from Oregon/Wyoming who’s translated the works of...

The WyoFile website tells us about the latest book published by the Center for Basque Studies at UNR, a collection of poems by Basque Bard Iparraguire translated by David Romtvedt

The new, Italian edition of ‘Obabakoak’ with a foreword by Bernardo...

Bernanrdo Atxaga, el escritor vasco, autor de Obabakoak. ©Xabier Idoate
La editorial 21Lettere acaba de publicar en Italia una nueva edición de Obabakoak de Bernardo Atxaga, el más importante escritor vasco vivo

Santi Lorente’s “Stories to Stay at Home (Los Cuentos del Confinamiento)”...

Santi Lorente  «Los cuentos del confinamiento»
Many of our readers got to enjoy their daily dose of "Tales to Stay at Home" during the quarantine period, all of which were...

Kurdish news agency ANF interviews Basque author and bertsolari Uxue Alberdi

Uxue Alberdi
This article was translated by John R. Bopp Kurdish news agency Firat is headquartered in the Netherlands, as the states this people find themselves under do not...

Two poetry collections by Gabriel Aresti have been translated into English...

Gabriel Aresti Segurola (Bilbao, 14 de octubre de 1933 - Bilbao, 5 de junio de 1975)
This article was translated by John R. Bopp In this entry, we’re reuniting two “old friends” of the blog: Amaia Gabantxo and The University of Nevada,...

Anniversary of the birth of Basque Félix María Samaniego: much more...

This article was translated by John R. Bopp We're not sure any Basque media remembered that on today, October 12, in 1745, Félix María Samaniego, famous...

Fernando Aramburu: Bernardo Atxaga is a man with little courage and...

(It is essential to read both interviews to understand the anger in this entry) Don't miss the interview with Angel Lertxundi, which quite coincidentally was...