With commentary from translator Clémentine Beauvais, the French Youth Literature Conference looks at ‘the role of children’s literature.’
The surge in book bannings has affected at least 1,207 authors, 268 illustrators, and 14 translators, per PEN America’s new report.
The Slovenian ensemble Laibach will stage its evocation of Vladimir Bartol’s timely fable, ‘Alamut’, at Frankfurt with some 100 performers.
Titles in this Frankfurt-bound Rights Roundup include work originally published in New Zealand, Taiwan, South Korea, the United States, France, and Norway.
Established in 2018, the US National Book Awards’ newest category, Translated Literature, this year drew 154 submissions.
Ahead of its first fully-physical conference since 2019, the American Literary Translators Association announces its longlists.
Interview: ‘We want to help more publishers engage in rights sales,’ says Guest of Honor Slovenia curator Miha Kovač.
Our Rights Roundup features rights-trading news from Taiwan, Italy, the Czech Republic, Canada, Croatia, and Norway.
Industry Notes: Frankfurt Rights Meeting’s Tom Chatfield chairs the ALCS, and Singapore Book Council has announced its translation event.
The UK’s National Centre for Writing adds mentoring for deaf, disabled, and neurodiverse translators to its language-based offers.