August is Women in Translation Month, a time to ask whose voices are – and aren't – heard in literature.
Women and nonbinary people are translated less than male writers, and Western writers are translated more than non-Western writers. So who gets translated and who gets to translate? How are linguistic and literary decolonisation linked? And how do these questions manifest for women and non-binary writers and translators?
Writer-activist Khairani Barokka and others will be exploring some of these questions in a special event organised with English PEN and Tilted Axis Press.