Links Roundup, May 29 – June 1

Announcements

Arvon and The British Centre for Literary Translation present a 5 day course on literary translation. 8/27-9/1. http://ow.ly/bibNJ

Ugly Duckling Presse launch party – great readings of some great writers. June 7, NYC. http://ow.ly/bgD9g

New poetry translation workshop, Surprise Valley Writers’ Conference. 9/13-16/12, applications due 8/1/12. http://ow.ly/bgwAn

Events for the 43rd Poetry International Festival Rotterdam look quite interesting! http://ow.ly/beZaJ

…Still time to apply for the Zoland Poetry Translation Fellowship. Deadline, June 15. http://ow.ly/beW0D

Congratulations to the Rossica Translation Prize winners! http://ow.ly/bddOj

The new journal “Paragraphiti” puts out a call for submissions. http://ow.ly/bddma

The Bridge speaks Russian, and, well, English, too. http://ow.ly/bdcNi

 

Reviews

Angharad Price’s “The Life of Rebecca Jones” reviewed at Just William’s Luck. http://ow.ly/bidJZ

“When dinosaurs became extinct on Boxing Day…” The Brummstein reviewed at Three Percent. http://ow.ly/beXyw

 

Readings & Discussions

Adventures in learning Spanish (and eventually becoming a translator). http://ow.ly/bif59

Are the powers that be attempting to cast a spell of suppression on translators of the Harry Potter franchise? http://ow.ly/biehC

“Not really every word.” A discussion of classic issues in literary translation. http://ow.ly/bgCas

The *other* translation – Sarah Alys Lindholm on translating for the screen. http://ow.ly/beYcy

“Good literary translation matters,” Natalie Keating contemplates the Nobel Prize in Literature. http://ow.ly/bdf1X

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One Response to Links Roundup, May 29 – June 1

  1. Natalie says:

    Thanks so much for linking to my post about the Nobel Prize in Literature. I love ALTA and I’m very honored!

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