The Norwich-based National Centre for Writing has announced the nine winners of its translator mentoring program.
The UK’s National Centre for Writing adds mentoring for deaf, disabled, and neurodiverse translators to its language-based offers.
Michael Rosen wins the PEN Pinter Prize for his ‘ability to address the most serious matters of life in a spirit of joy, humor, and hope.’
‘A major shift in English and American culture’ toward translation is examined in a session at London Book Fair.
Praised for his engagement in the profession and promotion of translation, Daniel Hahn is Words Without Borders’ 2023 Ottaway laureate.
The South Asian Literature in Translation project from the University of Chicago is intended to connect the subcontinent with Anglophone publishing markets.
The Society of Authors names its 2023 winning translators of work from Arabic, French, German, Hebrew, Italian, Polish, and Spanish.
The National Centre for Writing opens a 13th year of translation mentorships, with a Québec French or First Nations focus available.
The former children’s book laureate in the United Kingdom, Malorie Blackman will select English PEN’s next ‘International Writer of Courage.’
The 13-title 2022 International Booker Prize longlist includes three books each from Tilted Axis Press and Fitzcarraldo Editions.