The 2021 Albertine Prize goes to William Rodarmor for his French-to-English translation of ‘And Their Children After Them’ by Nicolas Mathieu.
The forthcoming winner of the five-title shortlist for this year’s Albertine Prize has been voted on by the French bookshop’s membership.
Author Zahia Rahmani and translator Matt Reeck share the US$10,000 Albertine Prize purse for the English translation ‘Muslim’, published by Deep Vellum.
This year’s Albertine Prize shortlist of five works translated from French into English are by authors from France, Rwanda, Morocco, Mauritius, and Iran.
The winner of the second iteration of the Albertine Prize for French literature translated into English is announced in New York, as six guest curators are named in the UK for this year’s Cheltenham Literature Festival.
Feminism Has No Boundaries’ is the title of France’s Albertine Books festival this week, as Cynthia Nixon is named Naitonal Book Awards host.
The French Embassy’s Albertine literary outreach program recommends this year’s top literary books from France for all the Francophiles on your gift list.
Eighty-eight French publishers and some 28,000 French-language titles are represented in bookstore Albertine’s ebook expansion.