Launched in 2003, CipherJournal aims to be something new in the domain of online literary journals.
We believe in the place of translation to inspire stronger literature; without cross-fertilization, no growth can last. We aim to focus on literary translation in its broadest sense, cracking open this often-neglected field by melding the invisibility of the translator with the identity of the artist.
We will achieve this by publishing creative works of art & literature that call attention to the process of translation. We will also include reviews of translated literature—both new and old—with a special emphasis on the merits of the translation.
The details of this new look towards translation remain to be discovered, both by our authors and our readers.
For more, please see the links below.