The Buenos Aires Review (BAR) is a bilingual, digital publication that seeks to highlight "the best and latest work by emerging and established writers from the Americas, in both Spanish and English." Edited by an international team of writers and scholars, BAR features poetry, short fiction, interviews, essays, and reviews. In addition, BAR publishes translations of essays and literary works originally penned in languages other than English and Spanish. In fact, the conversations section of BAR features translator's notes, which are reflections on the craft of translation. Visitors will find the most recently published features on the site's homepage. As of this write-up, recently published works include two poems from acclaimed U.S. poet Ada Limon; an English translation (courtesy of Qiaomei Tang) of a poem by renowned Chinese poet Zheng Chouyu; and an excerpt of fiction by Argentinian writer and scholar Carlos Gamerro. Most titles featured in BAR are accompanied by the city where the writer lives. In addition to browsing works by genre (e.g fiction, poetry, thoughts), readers may also browse works by city.
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