Monthly Archives: September 2016

ITD 2016: Connecting worlds, from your food to your feet

What do translators and interpreters do all day? They connect worlds, so people can understand and learn from each other, to benefit everyone. That’s the theme for International Translation Day 2016, which is this Friday. It’s easy to get involved and help the communities that need

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Night-Sky Checkerboard

Phoneme Media has done it again. Oh Saw-Young’s Night-Sky Checkerboard looks simple enough – an elegant slim volume of bilingual poetry from a language not many people would be able to read otherwise; Korean. The powerful juxtapositions of natural imagery reminded me of Regentonnenvariationen.

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the best children’s book in the world?

The Book Trust is looking for the world’s best children’s books to translate into English. Nominations for In Other Words are open until 26 September and the top ten will be presented with sample translations at the Bologna Book Fair

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Catalan Book Week: something new, something old

150 new books are being launched at over 200 events right now in Barcelona – it’s Catalan Book Week. There is much to celebrate, not least the 20th Trajectòria Award going to translator Anna Casassas. You don’t have to go to Barcelona

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