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Nicola Bigwood Oct 24
Excellent thread on the many stages involved in getting a book translated and published in another language. It demonstrates why low rates often result in translators earning far less than minimum wage as work involved is far more than “just” translating.
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BookTrust Sep 4
One of China's best loved children's authors, Chen Jiatong, has had his book White Fox published in English by . He tells us why he's so thrilled by this and why he hopes more stories can be made borderless.
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BookTrust Sep 6
Chen Jiatong's book The White Fox has been translated from Chinese to English. Here's why he's so grateful to share his story with more children around the world.
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Kay Farrell Jun 12
Ooooh I love when we get to see translated editions of Sandstone books! Gorgeous edition of Upbeat just in 😍😍😍
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Maya Jaggi Dec 4
My review of Nino ’s harrowing & heartening Georgian epic : ’s Book of the Day in & 's compelling translation.
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Gwasg Honno Press Sep 18
Have you booked your ticket yet? Fantastic opportunity to hear Caryl Lewis & Gwen Davies in discussion, on the launch of THE JEWELLER, the English translation of Y GEMYDD. Plus wine & mezze from Medina!!
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K.E. Semmel Apr 18
So next Tuesday is and Amazon Crossing editors picked 9 they're giving away free because . One of the selected titles is my translation of Jesper Bugge Kold's WWII chronicle WINTER MEN. Pick it up for your Kindle.
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Gabriella Apr 17
Did you know that next Tuesday is ? Amazon Crossing editors picked 9 we're giving away free because . Including new release The Murmur of Bees! ( tr )
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Candlewick Press Jan 22
Bronze and Sunflower by Cao Wenxuan, translated from the Chinese by Helen Wang, is on the shortlist for the Global Literature in Libraries Initiative Translated YA Book Prize!
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Turnaround UK🎄 Jul 11
"A wonderful addition to the Argentine noir" bulk out your reading list Sergio Olguin's FRAGILITY OF BODIES, set in Buenos Aires its a savage thriller to get stuck into.
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Cogito Books Aug 27
We're on a bit of a roll at the minute in the bookshop, I've been reading by over the weekend and Claire's reading (and absolutely loving) by We just love our ❤️📚❤️
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Nasim Marie Jafry Aug 7
Replying to @velogubbed
And these books: Olga Tokarczuk and Witold Szablowski, neither of whom I’ve read before. Both translated from the Polish by Antonia Lloyd-Jones.
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rights@dtv Oct 2
Bettina Lemke shows readers all over the world how to find the meaning of life in the Everyday with IKIGAI - and the foreign editions always bring a bit of spring into our offices, even in October
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Aurora Metro Books Sep 13
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Nomad Press Mar 20
Wow! It's always amazing to see books we are deeply familiar with get translated into another language. It feels like our children have lived abroad for a while...
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Jacquelyn Tasker Dec 1
I’m presenting a Speed Learning session at annual conference on Monday 12/9 at 10 am. See you there!
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Asterisc Agents Nov 4
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rights@dtv Oct 21
Our little keyhole ghost ZIPPEL has made it to THE TIMES: "This wonderful book... brings brains, heart and humour to that difficult zone... between picture books and more grown-up chapter books" (Alex O'Connell)
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Bookylady Aug 16
What a superb piece of is. Elegant, sharp prose, full of poignant imagery and a shocking reminder of the horror of the . This is a book I won't forget.
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David Warriner Dec 1
There’s some very stiff competition in here, folks! I’m thrilled to be in the running alongside so many fabulous books, translators and authors. Feast your eyes on them all; there’s still plenty of time to add to your Christmas list...
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