Where in the world are Amy and Erin? In this week's episode, we're EVERYWHERE.
Our picks this week were originally written in Persian, Swedish, Catalan, Korean, Spanish and Cantonese. And through the brilliant work of some super smarty pants translators, we get to read them in English.
Along the way, we talk poor grammar, the pronunciation of a Spanish city, and Amy's dream of drunk dancing glory to a certain song.
Semper ubi sububi.
Our picks this week:
Amy: Women Without Men, Shahrnush Parsipur; Translated by Faridoun Farrokh
Erin: Millenium Trilogy, Stieg Larssen; Translated by Reg Keeland
Amy: Selected Stories of Merce Rodoreda, Merce Rodoreda; Translated by Martha Tennent (Story Collection)
Amy: La Piel Que Habito / The Skin I Live In (Movie)
Erin: The Departed (Movie)
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