Translator Interviews Author
Sarah Adams, who translated Faïza Guène’s Kiffe Kiffe Demain into English interviews the author in the Guardian. (I’ve read Adams’s translation, by the way; it’s very good.) The book will be out in the U.S. next month, under the title Kiffe Kiffe Tomorrow. Oh, and instead of the “voice of the suburbs,” this time Guène was called “voice of the people.” It’s becoming a cacophony.