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Poetry Reading: MURAT NEMET-NEJAT

The Kelly Writers House and Writers Without Borders present a poetry reading by MURAT NEMET-NEJAT introduced by Bob Perelman Tuesday, January 31, at 6:00 PM in the Arts Café Kelly Writers House at the University of Pennsylvania | 3805 Locust Walk … Continue reading

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Links Round-up January 20

Calls for Proposals Art in Translation, a 2012 event by the University of Iceland and the Nordic House. Deadline Jan 31. Canada in Latin America – Tracing the Effects of Transfer through Translation. Books in Translation News Excerpt from Taiwanese … Continue reading

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Call for Participants: Theatrical Translation as Creative Process

Call for participants: THEATRICAL TRANSLATION AS CREATIVE PROCESS: A CONFERENCE/FESTIVAL North Carolina/Duke Universities April 12-15, 2012 From April 12-15, 2012 The Mercurian: A Theatrical Translation Review, in conjunction with The Process Series of the Carolina Performing Arts Series, the Department … Continue reading

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“Tough Nuts to Crack”: Challenges in Czech-to-English Literary Translation

“Tough Nuts to Crack”: Challenges in Czech-to-English Literary Translation RSVP: newyork@svu2000.org The Czechoslovak Society of Arts and Sciences New York presents translators Peter Kussi (Milan Kundera, Jiří Gruša, Bohumil Hrabal), Paul Wilson (Václav Havel, Ivan Klíma, Josef Škvorecký), Alex Zucker (Jáchym … Continue reading

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Links Round-up, April 22

New Reading 1. Drunken Boat is back–with the Translation Issue! http://ow.ly/4Bt2K 2. César Vallejo’s “book of thoughts” Against Professional Secrets–translated by Joseph Mulligan, out now from Roof Books http://ow.ly/4AtQ 3. Jacket is back! First issue of Jacket2, now at PennSound, … Continue reading

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