The long-running NPR Latin American storytelling program ‘Radio Ambulante’ will go the Hay Festival to Latin America this year.
Administered by the National Centre for Writing in Norwich, the Desmond Elliott Prize honors an author’s first published novel.
Text-to-speech automated audiobook narration arrives at Bookwire, amid the company’s insistence on its respect for human narration.
The new literary magazine ‘Fictionable’ launches June 27 with short works including graphic fiction and translation.
Following the publisher Richard Charkin’s column for us on translators and translation, Frank Wynne offers his considered reaction.
‘Our neurodiversity is a gift,’ as Pan Mac/Picador’s commentary about Jen Hadfield’s ‘The Stone Age’ positions her ‘visionary panpsychism.’
The former children’s book laureate in the United Kingdom, Malorie Blackman will select English PEN’s next ‘International Writer of Courage.’
The graphic novel of Jason Reynolds’ ‘Long Way Down’ with illustrations by Danica Novgorodoff, is honored by the Carnegie Greenaway Awards.
The view from Richard Charkin on issues of translators’ credit and compensation is that translators ‘should be careful what they wish for.’
Ruth Ozeki, based in Massachusetts, wins the Women’s Prize for Fiction for her fourth novel, ‘The Book of Form and Emptiness.’