Tejaswini Niranjana, Giuseppe Ungaretti, Curzio Malaparte, and Archana Venkatesan win this year’s ALTA’s National Translation Awards.
In this edition of Rights Roundup, you’ll find work first published in Finland, Italy, Spain, the United States, Switzerland,and France.
‘My mother didn’t want us to live wars,’ said Canada’s Catherine Mavrikakis in a conversation at Frankfurter Buchmesse.
Some 520 publishing professionals are traveling to the UAE for the 40th Sharjah International Book Fair and its Publishers’ Conference.
On the final trade-visitor day of Frankfurter Buchmesse, the UAE’s Sheikh Zayed Book Award has several programming points to consider.
The Cundill History Prize Lecture is set for December 1, with last year’s winner, Camilla Townsend, speaking.
The newly piloted program from Springer Nature translates into English from Chinese, Japanese, Spanish and Portuguese and French.
Swedish readers are finding themselves in a widening conversation around gender relations based in a debut, ‘Letters to Men.’
Long under-appreciated in the French book business, literary agents are making headway in rights and representation. A new report looks at their gains.
The Börsenverein is announcing a digital ‘translation slam’ in which the winning translators’ work will be presented to the audience on November 9.