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American Literary Translators Association (ALTA) Dec 1
Congratulations to ALTA member Jeremy Tiang () for his most recent publication! Check out this book review on Strange Beasts of China by author Yan Ge (), freshly published from !
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♡ 완벽한김세윤 Nov 28
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Sheenie Ambardar, M.D. 16h
I picked up this English of the last year during my trip to . So far, it is an enjoyable and interesting read.
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Ang Dec 1
Sent in a second translation sample. Wonder if I’ll get the project or if this is just throwing my work into the void. One never knows.
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Kirsty Walter Dec 2
As I wade through monolingual definitions of different employment statuses to find equivalent terms, I'm left wondering: HOW does every ST find a term slightly different from the many already in my glossaries?!
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Exchanges: Journal of Literary Translation Dec 1
The Exchanges team is finishing edits this week, which means our next edition will be ready soon!
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The Guild Translation&Localization Cooperative Nov 22
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Stephen Spender Trust Nov 18
📢We're delighted to announce that the winning entries in the 2020 are now live on our site! Congratulations to all the winners in this year of record entries and submitted languages!
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MadCap Software, Inc Dec 1
Product groups across rely on MadCap Software to drive innovation in modern , and . Read the entire case study here ➡️ .
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COMUNICA Dec 1
With more than 13 years in the industry, COMUNICA has built a highly specialized and experienced team of medical . For more information visit:
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American Literary Translators Association (ALTA) Nov 25
ALTA member Lawrence Schimel's () of THE DAY SAIDA ARRIVED by Susana Gomez Redondo, illustrated by Sonja Wimmer, is the only translated book to be named a finalist for the Children's Book Award!
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Revue - Simone de Beauvoir Studies - Journal Nov 27
Please share our 2022 Featured Translation Call for Nominations! We select one significant article per year that has already been published and translate it into either English or French. Learn more here:
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American Literary Translators Association (ALTA) 24h
The Warwick Prize for Women in () has announced the 2020 winner! Congratulations to author Nino Haratischvili and two translators, Charlotte Collins () and ALTA member Ruth Martin ()!
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LatAmLitToday 23h
Let’s read more about our featured author Elicura Chihuailaf! Author Christian Elguera wrote an article about Chihuailaf’s poetic career and how his works interact between languages. The English by our Managing Editor is here:
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Access ASL Nov 25
Happy Thanksgiving! Our offices will be closed Thursday 11/26 and Friday 11/27. We will be back open for normal business hours on Monday 11/30. Have a great holiday. (Photo by Priscilla Du Preez) .
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Stillman Translations Nov 30
We are looking for a new translator ASAP! If you are interested write to our Vendor Manager at vendor@stillmantranslations.com
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American Literary Translators Association (ALTA) 17h
If you’d like to learn more about translator’s experiences, here’s an interview at with translator Christina MacSweeney, who discusses her most recent from the Spanish, Daniel Saldaña París’s novel Ramifications.
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Shaima Ebrahim Dec 1
One of the most enjoyable interviews i’ve done for ! Thanks for a great experience 🌷🌷 I learned a lot! And yeah we laughed a lot lol
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LatAmLitToday Nov 24
To celebrate Mapuche poet Elicura Chihuailaf winning Chile’s National Prize for Literature, check out this conversation between our Managing Editor and the poet, discussing between three languages, and some literary philosophies:
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