The Cundill History Prize Lecture is set for December 1, with last year’s winner, Camilla Townsend, speaking.
The historian Margaret MacMillan, a former Cundill History Prize jury chair, speaks with current chair, Michael Ignatieff, in a Frankfurt Studio event.
The New York City Mayor’s Office of Media and Entertainment points out that 20 of the 25 finalists were written or published in the city.
ALTA has shortlisted work translated from Spanish, French, Arabic, Kannada, Bengali, Chinese, Italian, Croatian, Tamazight, and Korean.
Eleven translators have been chosen for the National Centre for Writing’s mentorship program originally founded by Daniel Hahn.
Authors including Neil Gaiman, Philip Pullman, Olga Tokarczuk, Max Porter, and Bernardine Evaristo lead the Society of Authors’ appeal.
With its finalists to be named from Frankfurter Buchmesse, the Cundill History Prize releases its shortlist.
The first Singapore Translation Symposium includes a lifetime achievement award for two prominent leaders in Malay and Chinese studies.
Translations longlisted for the National Book Award have been recognized in stages of the International Booker, the Valle Inclán, and more.
The Kolkata- and London-based Seagull Books and its school of publishing are the platform for Naveen Kishore’s Ottaway Award-winning work.