Apply Soon to the 9th Annual Bread Loaf Translators’ Conference

You have an incredible chance this summer to spend a week in Vermont studying literary translation! Rolling admissions to the 9th Annual Bread Loaf Translators’ Conference end February 15, so apply now to study with faculty that includes past ALTA mentor Madhu H. Kaza and ALTA Board member Geoffrey Brock! Financial aid is available.

From the website:

“June 2 – 8, 2023

“Award-winning translators will offer introductory and advanced workshops along with an inspiring schedule of readings and lectures all in the heart of Vermont’s Green Mountains. Receive expert feedback on your literary translations into English or take part in an Introductory Workshop to learn more about the process and to become part of the growing community of translators. Rolling admissions end on February 15. Financial aid available.

“2023 Faculty: Madhu H. Kaza and Matvei Yankelevich (Introductory workshops); Mónica de la Torre (poetry workshop); Hosam Aboul-Ela and Padma Viswanathan (prose workshops); and Geoffrey Brock (mixed workshop including prose and poetry). In addition to their literary accomplishments, faculty has been specifically chosen for their skill at guiding developing translators in a given genre.

“2023 Visiting Agents & Editors: Sarah Coolidge, Editor, Two Lines Press; Markus Hoffmann, Agent, Regal Hoffmann & Associates; Yuka Igarashi, Executive Editor, Graywolf Press; Elianna Kan, Agent, Regal Hoffmann & Associates; Tynan Kogane, Editor, New Directions; Lee Yew Leong, Editor-in-Chief, Asymptote; Chad W. Post, Publisher, Open Letter.”

For more information and to apply, visit the website:

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