Jeremiah Chamberlin was named a Fulbright Specialist with a three-year mandate (2018-2021) and returned to Sofia in May of 2019 to teach a series of creative writing workshops for high school students in collaboration with the Elizabeth Kostova Foundation and the Bulgarian Fulbright Commission. Last spring he moderated a panel on issues related to literary translation at the AWP Writers Conference in Portland, Oregon, entitled “Getting Beyond 3%: International Literature and US Literary Culture.” His most recent non-fiction appears in the fall issue of the Michigan Quarterly Review. This special issue, which is titled “What Does Europe Want Now?” focuses on the state of Europe on the thirtieth anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall. His interview with fiction writer Danielle Lazarin also appears in the Fall issue of Glimmer Train Stories. 

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