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Latin American Literature in Translation from the University of Texas Press

The University of Texas Press is pleased to announce a new initiative to publish translations of contemporary Latin American literary fiction. The ambition of the series is to explore the realities of life in North, Central, and South America through … Continue reading

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Links Roundup, December 10 to 14

Awards & Prizes Kurt Beals has won the first-ever German Book Office Translation Prize. Glückwunsch! The submissions deadline to the Florence Gould Foundation Translation Prize has been extended to January 15, 2013: SAND in Berlin is accepting translations from any … Continue reading

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Call for Submissions – Translators

For the anthology Flash Fiction International forthcoming from distinguished publisher W.W. Norton, NY. The editors are looking for: 1.Recent very short stories from any country, in English translation, word limit 750 (1-3 pages). We usually reprint translations that have already … Continue reading

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Group Seeks Southeast Asian Texts for Translation Into English

The Translation Project Group of the Southeast Asia Council (SEAC) of the Association for Asian Studies intends to award subventions to support the translation of key texts not yet published in the social sciences and humanities from a Southeast Asian … Continue reading

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Professor Marilyn Gaddis Rose Is Honored in a Translation Studies Volume

Marella Feltrin Morris, María Constanza Guzmán and Deborah Folaron have edited a collection of essays to honor Professor Marilyn Gaddis Rose, founder of the Translation Research and Instruction Program and Distinguished Service Professor of Comparative Literature at Binghamton University. The … Continue reading

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