Don’t miss your chance! From July 11 – 23, the Kenyon Review is debuting the Kenyon Review Literary Translation Workshop exclusively online. Designed for aspiring and mid-career translators, this intensive and creative writing opportunity will help you find and refine your literary voice.
Participants will benefit from:
- Collaborating and expanding their network within a vibrant national and international literary community
- Participation in online Kenyon Review readings
- Revising and refining writing for publication in literary journals both online and in print
The online workshop will be conducted seminar-style in synchronous classes and breakout groups three days a week; instructors will focus on literary translation as a cross-cultural, creative endeavor, using theoretical readings and examples of works of master translators as guides. Plus: ALTA’s Program Manager Kelsi Vanada and past Travel Fellow Bruna Dantas Lobato are confirmed as fellows!
Find out more about how to apply on the website. Admissions are rolling.