Category Archives: ALTA Fellows

Living Translation: A Report from 2018 Travel Fellow Elina Alter

Each year, 4-6 emerging translators are awarded $1,000 each to travel to the ALTA conference, where they participate in panels, workshops, and readings. At the conference, ALTA Fellows are invited to read their translated work at a keynote event, giving … Continue reading

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Finding Community and Belonging at ALTA 2018: A Report from 2018 Travel Fellow Maggie Zebracka

Each year 4-6 emerging translators are awarded $1,000 each to travel to the ALTA conference, where they participate in panels, workshops, and readings. Applications to be an ALTA Travel Fellow are open this year until April 15. In 2013, I … Continue reading

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Meet the Judges for the 2019 Travel Fellowships!

Each year, between four and six $1,000 Travel Fellowships are awarded to emerging (unpublished or minimally published) translators to help them pay for hotel and travel expenses to the annual ALTA conference. Included in these Fellowships is the Peter K. Jansen Memorial Travel … Continue reading

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Announcing the Recipients of the 2018 ALTA Travel Fellowships

September 7, 2018—ALTA is pleased to announce the winners of the 2018 ALTA Travel Fellowships, including the third annual Peter K. Jansen Memorial Travel Fellowship. Each year, ALTA provides four to six $1,000 fellowships to emerging translators to attend the … Continue reading

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Meet the ’18 Travel Fellows: Maggie Zebracka

ALTA is pleased to announce the winners of the 2018 ALTA Travel Fellowships, including the third annual Peter K. Jansen Memorial Travel Fellowship! Each year, ALTA provides four to six $1,000 fellowships to emerging translators to attend the annual ALTA … Continue reading

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