When You See Your Novel Translated From The Language You Wrote It In To Your Mother Tongue

“To have one’s novel translated – on one hand, an honor. On the other – you might as well be trying to have sex using another person’s body.” Now imagine that that body used to be yours, and you remember it. Boris Fishman tells the story of reading from the Russian translation of his A Replacement Life at a book tour event in Estonia.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.