Links Roundup, May 29 – June 1


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

Ugly Duckling Presse launch party – great readings of some great writers. June 7, NYC.

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

Events for the 43rd Poetry International Festival Rotterdam look quite interesting!

…Still time to apply for the Zoland Poetry Translation Fellowship. Deadline, June 15.

Congratulations to the Rossica Translation Prize winners!

The new journal “Paragraphiti” puts out a call for submissions.

The Bridge speaks Russian, and, well, English, too.



Angharad Price’s “The Life of Rebecca Jones” reviewed at Just William’s Luck.

“When dinosaurs became extinct on Boxing Day…” The Brummstein reviewed at Three Percent.


Readings & Discussions

Adventures in learning Spanish (and eventually becoming a translator).

Are the powers that be attempting to cast a spell of suppression on translators of the Harry Potter franchise?

“Not really every word.” A discussion of classic issues in literary translation.

The *other* translation – Sarah Alys Lindholm on translating for the screen.

“Good literary translation matters,” Natalie Keating contemplates the Nobel Prize in Literature.

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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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