Category Archives: Conferences

Submissions for Bilingual Readings at ALTA42 are open!

ALTA is delighted to announce that submissions for the Annual Alexis Levitin Bilingual Reading Series are open! The Bilingual Reading Series runs throughout the conference with readings held on- and off-site during the day and evening hours. Readers are organized into sessions during which each … Continue reading

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ALTA42 Session Submissions are Open!

The American Literary Translators Association is delighted to open up panel, workshop, and roundtable submissions for ALTA42: Sight and Sound! ALTA42 will take place this year from November 7-10 in Rochester, NY. The conference description and call for papers is … Continue reading

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Apply to Study at the Bread Loaf Translators’ Conference This Summer!

This summer, don’t miss out on your chance to spend a week in lovely Vermont studying the art of literary translation! Featuring a stellar faculty, including ALTA’s own Executive Director Elisabeth Jaquette, the Bread Loaf Translators’ Conference is a valuable experience no matter where … Continue reading

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Translation Events at AWP19

Planning to come to Portland, OR from March 27 – 30, 2019 for the Association for Writers & Writing Programs (AWP) conference to enjoy North America’s largest literary conference? Then be sure to check out this list of translation-related events! Take a peek … Continue reading

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Check out the Translation Now Conference at Boston University!

If you’re in Boston at the end of this month, then you won’t want to miss the Translation Now conference put on by Boston University! This year’s conference marks 40 years of the Translation Seminar at BU—a happy anniversary to … Continue reading

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