Ancient Exchanges, an online journal devoted to literary translations of ancient texts, has published their sixth issue, "Threads."
"What is the difference between a text and a textile? Originating in the same Latin root meaning “weave,” the two words in English bear a canny resemblance. As material phenomena, their similarities abound: both are woven into being from disparate threads, resulting in a product that is more than the sum of their parts, bearing visual and tactile significance."
from "Letter from the Editors"