Transpacific Literary Project’s monthly column collects essays, translations, and hybrid works that grapple with language, culture, and translation from Asia.

A Truku writer on his relationship with his tribe’s traditional craft

A familial haunting returns a Palestinian writer to Arabic.

On translators’ labor and invisibility

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