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.
The Sheikh Zayed Book Award-sponsored program runs July 23-t0-29 in association with the British Centre for Literary Translation.
The National Centre for Writing opens a 13th year of translation mentorships, with a Québec French or First Nations focus available.
Administered by the National Centre for Writing in Norwich, the Desmond Elliott Prize honors an author’s first published novel.
The new partnership highlights the Sheikh Zayed Book Award’s translation prize and funding and supports the UK’s National Centre’s work.
Eleven translators have been chosen for the National Centre for Writing’s mentorship program originally founded by Daniel Hahn.
The National Centre for Writing’s ‘Noirwich’ festival features paid in-person workshops in Norwich and free author events online.
Featuring mentoring for Japanese translators, the new partnership involves UCLA, Waseda University, the University of East Anglia, and more.
Norwich’s National Centre for Writing opens applications for its 2020 Escalator Talent Development Scheme for fiction writers in eastern England.
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