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Natascha Bruce (2016 ALTA Mentee)

Natascha Bruce is a Chinese-English translator, currently living in Hong Kong. She grew up in a mish-mash of places, a disproportionate number of them beginning with the letter B (Belfast, Barbados, Bedford, Brussels). To her disappointment, none of these locations … Continue reading

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Noah Mintz (2016 ALTA Mentee)

Noah M. Mintz began translating at Vassar College, where he received his B.A. in Media Studies and French & Francophone Studies. During his third year there, he spent one semester living, studying, reading, and eating in France. Somewhere between Poughkeepsie … Continue reading

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Eliza Rose (2016 ALTA Mentee)

Eliza Rose grew up in Brooklyn, New York. After living in Poland and working at the Galicia Museum in Krakow, Eliza started her PhD at Columbia in 2012. At Columbia, Eliza has organized a series of workshops and conferences that … Continue reading

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Announcing the Lucien Stryk Award Shortlist!

The American Literary Translators Association (ALTA) is delighted to announce the 5-title shortlist for the 2015 Lucien Stryk Asian Translation Prize. The award-winning book and translator for 2015 will be announced on October 28th at the 38th annual conference of … Continue reading

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Meet the 2015 ALTA Emerging Translator Mentees!

ALTA is pleased to announce the mentees for the inaugural year of the ALTA Emerging Mentorship program. Congratulations to our three exceptional emerging translators, chosen from more than 60 applications: Scott Shanahan (Catalan) Scott Shanahan is a New York-based translator … Continue reading

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