Links Round-up March 25

New Reading

1. Check out the new issue of Action Yes — it’s chockfull of translation!


1. Susan Bernofsky is hosting a one-day literary translation workshop for absolute beginners next month in NYC:
2. A Montrealer blogs her first foray into literary translation for publication, and the challenges & quandaries that arise:
3. The French-American Foundation and The Florence Gould Foundation announce finalists of 24th Annual Translation Prizes:
4. This week, The Guardian’s World Literature Tour is off to France — and looking for lit in translation recommendations:
5. Literature in translation brings success to indie publishers in the UK:
6. The Spectator’s Matthew Richardson suggests ignorance about foreign fiction reveals a general insular trend in the UK:
7. And Other Stories is a new, independent publisher of literary fiction in translation:
8. 2011 Best Translated Book Award finalists announced:

Reviews, Interviews
1. Talking translation with @wwborders editor Rohan Kamicheril on WNYU:
2. Raphaële Rérolle of Le Monde talks literary trends, the publishing industry, and what’s selling in France:
3. Review: Andrzej Sosnowski’s “Lodgings,” trans. Benjamin Paloff:
4. “…[P]oetry without translation is impossible.” Polish translator Clare Cavanagh, speaking at NYU:
5. Perec’s “The Art of Asking Your Boss for a Raise,” trans. David Bellos, reviewed at B&N review:
6. Hanif Kureishi reviews “Kama Sutra: A Guide to the Art of Pleasure,” trans. AND Haskar:

About Erica Mena

Erica Mena is a Puerto Rican poet, translator, and book artist. Pronouns: they/them.
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