The annual Helen & Kurt Wolff Translator’s Prize goes to Jackie Smith for her translation of ‘An Inventory of Losses’ by Judith Schalansky.
The Abu Dhabi International Book Fair’s programming, including authors and professional discussions, is to be streamed online May 23 to 29.
With a winner announced in May, the Helen and Kurt Wolff Translator’s Prize honors four German-to-English translators in its 2021 shortlist.
Organizers describe key features of this year’s physical-and-digital Abu Dhabi International Book Fair and Germany’s guest of honor program.
Moving its physical programming to 2022, the German program plans a hybrid model at Abu Dhabi International Book Fair for this year.
This series of events includes programming for children as well as for interested consumers and publishing professionals.
Frankfurter Buchmesse presents seminars on COVID-era bookselling, translation, and publishing, in cooperation with the Goethe-Institut and the Hellenic Foundation for Culture.
Praised for his translation work on Dilek Güngör’s novel ‘Ich bin Özlem,’ Duncan Lien speaks this weekend online on, ‘Translating Cultural Identity.’
The translations commissioned as part of this year’s Festival Neue Literatur are available, even as the 2020 iteration of the event is canceled.
The program honoring 2019 winners of the Society of Authors-administered Translation Prizes was held in London at the British Library.