Links Roundup, January 23 – 27

Translation Reviews

George Szirtes’ forthcoming translation of László Krasznahorkai’s “Satantango” reviewed in The New Inquiry. http://ow.ly/8FGrt

Announcements

Compass Translation Award: 2012 – Marina Tsvetaeva Competition. Deadline for entries is June 25. http://ow.ly/1ERCxj

2012 Susan Sontag Prize for Translation, deadline for entries is March 9.
http://ow.ly/8GXhG

Still time to enter the Modern Poetry in Translation competition! (Deadline: Feb. 1st.) http://ow.ly/8DF24

Obituary: Pearse Hutchinson, influential Irish poet and translator. http://ow.ly/8DQXU

Very cool project: Language Activists | Endangered Language & Poetry in Mexico http://kck.st/wnpz2w @Kickstarter @yearofpoetry

Use your language, Use your English looks like an impressive summer school and free online program http://ow.ly/8zt0P

PoetryTranslate looking for a #Persian speaker to work with in the runup to Persian Poets’ Tour bit.ly/wJu9XH

Discussion

The foreign rights question tackled at Intralingo. http://ow.ly/8IvVv

Why would Ashbery translate Rimbaud? http://bit.ly/xhmWJO via @PoetryFound

For #translationthurs, an interesting exercise in collaborative/workshop translation from Modern Poetry in Translation. http://ow.ly/8H5co

Exploring the vast (and sometimes unusual) possibilities of translation through Anglo-Saxon poetry. http://ow.ly/8DREp

Translator William Carlos Williams http://bit.ly/xf2NPw via @PoetryFound via @uebersetzbar

Some thoughts on “the rules” of translation: http://ow.ly/8CU7u

In the Chronicle of Higher Ed.: “Why so many Iliads?” and “How to choose between them?” http://ow.ly/8CP3e

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