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Translating for Publication: Non-fiction.

I was delighted to be asked to give a paper at the Summer Meeting of the ITI Scottish Network, held in “sunny” Dumfries this past weekend.  In a room full of translators, including many who are highly experienced in technical and other … Continue reading

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Three Percent’s “Best Translated Book of the Year”

Three Percent, the website for translated fiction run by Chad Post at the University of Rochester, is limbering up to select its “Best Translated Book of the Year”. A longlist of 25 titles will be announced in December, then a … Continue reading

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Translation and the Nobel prize fail to excite at Frankfurt

Frankfurt is over for another year – not that I was there, so I’m only commenting vicariously on the basis of what I’ve read.   However, apparently translation deals were few and far between, and – to judge from the decision … Continue reading

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