Author Archives: Owen Rowe

Links Roundup, Nov 26-30

News 2013 NEA grants to translation publishers/organizations: Archipelago, CAT, Open Letter, White Pine, WWB, and many more! The 2013 English PEN award winners have been announced… look for their translations, coming soon! A censored Syrian novel! … censored in the … Continue reading

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Links Round-up Oct 29 – Nov 2

News Anna Gustafsson Chen clarifies that there was no conflict of interest in Mo Yan’s Nobel selection Are UK publishers warming to translation? Publisher and translator Alessandro Gallenzi thinks so London’s Peirene Press battles “3% problem” with 3 themed selections … Continue reading

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Links Round-up Oct 16–20

News The Finnish Literature Exchange offers €650,000 to translate and publish Finnish books abroad DSC South Asian prize longlist includes two translations! The archive of Dalkey Archive will join other publishing history at Columbia Hector Abad’s Oblivion, A Memoir (tr. Anne McLean and Rosalind Harvey) … Continue reading

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Links Roundup, Oct 8-12

News Congratulations to Nobel Prize winner Mo Yan–and to his English translator Howard Goldblatt! Frisch & Co. is the new e-book translation publisher just launched by industry veteran E.J. Van Lanen–congratulations!   Comment Music to our ears: John Darnielle of … Continue reading

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ALTA Fellow: Janet Kim Ha

Janet Kim Ha was born in 1985 in the Hyde Park area of Chicago, where her South Korean parents were PhD students. Because of the disparate nationality laws of the United States and South Korea, she was considered a citizen … Continue reading

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