Category Archives: ALTA Conference

DEADLINE EXTENDED for ALTA45: Value(s) Panel & Roundtable Proposals

Good news: The deadline to propose panels and roundtables for ALTA45: Value(s), ALTA’s year-round virtual programming, has been extended to Monday, June 27 at 11:59pm PT! Click here to propose a panel or roundtable. Find the call for proposals here, … Continue reading

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American Literary Translators Association to Receive $23,000 Grant from the National Endowment for the Arts

Tucson, AZ—The American Literary Translators Association (ALTA) has been approved for a $23,000 Grants for Arts Projects award from the National Endowment for the Arts to support ALTA45 and the 2022 Mentorship Program. This project will support the ALTA45: Value(s) … Continue reading

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ALTA45 Session Proposals Open

ALTA is excited to provide you with an exciting year-round series of virtual programming (read more here about this year’s conference format), including bimonthly panels and roundtables on literary translation topics. Proposals for these sessions are now open! Find proposal guidelines … Continue reading

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DEADLINE EXTENDED! Register for Multilingual Translation Workshops by April 8

That’s right! The deadline to register for the Multilingual Translation Workshops has been extended to Friday, April 8.  These workshops will be held virtually over Zoom from April 25-30. Multilingual translation workshops are small groups of translators who meet with … Continue reading

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Announcing the ALTA45 Theme and Conference Format

For the past 44 years, ALTA has brought the literary translation community together once a year for an exciting conference weekend, the largest gathering of literary translators held in the United States. Despite the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, we have been … Continue reading

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