Category Archives: Calls

Announcing the ALTA46 Theme and Call for Proposals

[Image description: To the left, a stylized cactus with the words “The Place of Translation” superimposed. To the right, the ALTA logo with the words, “ALTA46, 46th Annual Conference, November 8-11, 2023 | Tucson, AZ”.] ALTA46: The Place of TranslationNovember … Continue reading

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Register for The Common’s Craft Class with Boris Dralyuk

Poetry translators! Don’t miss your chance to register for this upcoming class on January 21, 12-2pm ET via Zoom with past NTA judge Boris Dralyuk, offered by The Common!  From the website:  “Extraordinary Measures: Translating Formal Poetry “Students will discuss the challenges of rendering … Continue reading

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Submission Opportunity for Massachusetts Translators

Calling Massachusetts translators! There is a NEW category for translated books for the 23rd Mass Book Awards, which recognize compelling works of Massachusetts. It is free to enter, and translators must be a current resident of Massachusetts (adult and younger reader … Continue reading

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2023 ALTA Emerging Translator Mentorship Program Open for Submissions

September 1, 2022–The American Literary Translators Association is delighted to announce that the 2023 Emerging Translator Mentorship Program submission portals are open! The ALTA Emerging Translator Mentorship Program is designed to establish and facilitate a close working relationship between an experienced translator and … Continue reading

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Consequence Forum Open for Submissions

Translators of Korean literature! Consequence Forum is looking for translated prose, poetry, and graphic/visual arts for their Translations Feature: A Focus on North and South Korea. This project aims to highlight the ongoing experiences of North and South Koreans as their countries remain inexorably entwined … Continue reading

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