Rolling Admissions to Bread Loaf’s 6th Annual Translators’ Conference Closing Soon!


You have an incredible chance this summer to spend a week in Vermont studying literary translation! Rolling admissions to the 6th Bread Loaf Translators’ Conference end February 15, so apply now to study with faculty that includes ALTA Mentorship Program mentor Kareem James Abu-Zeid and 2019 NTA Prose winner Karen Emmerich! This year’s conference takes place June 10-16.

From the website:

The 6th annual Bread Loaf Translators’ Conference is a week-long event based on the Bread Loaf Writers’ Conferences - Sunday 8/19/2018Bread Loaf Writers’ Conference model that is designed to provide training and community to beginning as well as experienced translators in the pursuit of translating literary texts into English—or to those aiming to be more sophisticated readers of literary translation and to incorporate it into the classroom. A natural complement to signature Middlebury programs such as the Bread Loaf Writers’ Conference, the Language Schools, and the equally-renowned translation and interpretation degree programs at the Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey (MIIS), this conference aims to strengthen the visibility and access to high quality literary translations in the United States and to acknowledge that translators require the same training and skills as creative writers.

Rolling applications end February 15! To find out more about the faculty teaching this year, the activities planned, and how to apply, visit the Bread Loaf website!

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