Links Roundup, February 25 – March 1

Announcements

Call for Papers: [sic] – A Journal of Literature, Culture and Literary Translation. http://ow.ly/ialoL

Call for papers: Korean Association of Translation Studies (KATS) International Conference. http://ow.ly/i5LQL

Registration is now open for the 17th Annual New England Translators Association Conference. http://ow.ly/i5LHU

Teaching opportunity: Professor of Translation Studies, University of Graz (Austria) http://ow.ly/i5LtP

A Conversation on Sonallah Ibrahim, Literature, and Revolution at the New York Public Library, 3/4/13. http://ow.ly/i3vTQ

Everything is beginning to come together… FIT XXth World Congress. http://ow.ly/i1f4g

 

Reviews

“Like Scotts or High Elvish, childhood is […] both a real language and a totally made-up one.” Mama Leone reviewed. http://ow.ly/i80I8

“The odd structure of Blindly […] is less interesting than [its] ideas.” http://ow.ly/i1fES

 

Readings & Discussions

Shelley Frisch in this edition of The Translator Relay. http://ow.ly/iakYg

“‘My book’ […] became someone else’s, who gave it back to me enriched” Patricio Pron on translation. http://ow.ly/iakIl

Words Without Borders’ March issue is hot off the (digital) press. http://ow.ly/iakti

Translating Kafka http://ow.ly/i80U1

“Publishing a translation has never been a small or inexpensive task,” so what do the French have to say about it? http://ow.ly/i80qd

The Finnish-English Literary Translation Cooperative has just launched its new website, and it looks quite good. http://ow.ly/i80fh

Censored wallpaper (translation-related, of course) in Seattle. http://ow.ly/i5LBh

The sheer passion and enthusiasm in this Three Percent blog post rivals the very subject that it touts. Wow. http://ow.ly/i3vMc

Spain’s prolific writer, Javier Marías, is also a translator, among other things. http://ow.ly/i3vwi

The challenges of opera translation http://ow.ly/i3vlw

Always helpful advice from Intralingo. http://ow.ly/i1fsB

On the modern techniques employed in preserving some of the world’s endangered languages. http://ow.ly/i1fiB

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