Peter Dubé

Peter Dubé

Peter Dubé is a writer working primarily in fiction, hybrid or intergenre forms, and the essay. He is the author of Subtle Bodies: A Fantasia on Voice, History and René Crevel (Lethe Press, 2010), The City’s Gates (Cormorant Books, 2012), and other books, and the editor of the anthology Madder Love: Queer Men and The Precincts of Surrealism.

They Are With Us: Translation and Its Effects

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Literature is a medium ideally suited to transformation through the influence of literary expression in translation. Presented by the Literary Translators’ Association of Canada, this panel features four authors reading from works of international literature in translation, all the while commenting on the ways in which these works have given shape to their own trajectory […]

Craft of Writing / L’art de l’écriture Translation / La traduction
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