Links Round-Up July 29

New Reading

  1. @open_letter has the scoop on “Counterfeits,” the forthcoming issue of two lines from @CATranslation: http://bit.ly/nVgc96
  2. More Brazil! A double issue of Ellipse, feat. Brazilian literature published alongside a French or English translation: http://ow.ly/1v0FYf
  3. Aldus is a new but well-connected translation journal, edited by a former Open Letter intern. Fiirst issue out now: http://ow.ly/1v0F8M
  4. Forthcoming in September from Europa Editions: Laurence Cossé’s “An Accident in August,” trans. Alison Anderson: http://ow.ly/5Nu9E
  5. August’s European Book Club: Jonas Hassen Khemiri’s “Montecore: The Silence of the Tiger,” trans. Rachel Willson-Broyles: http://ow.ly/5NtGy
  6. Poems by Tedi López Mills, trans. Wendy Burk, published in Brooklyn Rail’s “In Translation”: http://ow.ly/5Ntae
  7. New book announcement! Jiří Levý’s “The Art of Translation,” trans. Patrick Corness, available in English in Oct ’11: http://ow.ly/1uY8dB

Reviews

  1. Verlaine’s POEMS UNDER SATURN (trans. Karl Kirchwey) & Rimbaud’s ILLUMINATIONS (trans. John Ashbery) reviewed in TLS: http://ow.ly/1v0JRS
  2. Cees Nooteboom’s “The Foxes Come at Night,” trans. Ina Rilke, reviewed in The Guardian: http://ow.ly/1v0HCK #translation
  3. Gregor von Rezzori’s “The Ermine of Czernopol, ” trans. Philip Boehm, reviewed at Three Percent: http://ow.ly/5NsYe

Articles

  1. Amongst other things, Antonio Lobo Antunes discusses Margaret Jull Costa’s #translation of his work at @parisreview tinyurl.com/3q3uvcs

News

  1. $1, 730 000 promised to publishing houses that translate, publish & promote Brazilian literature abroad from now – 2013. http://ow.ly/1v0EJb
  2. India: “translators too can demand equal rights: 10 per cent royalty & a book launch with canapés & cocktails to boot.” http://ow.ly/1uY4Qh
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About Erica Mena

Erica Mena is a boricua, genderqueer, latinx poet, translator, and book artist.
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