The Centre de Traduction Littéraire will be running the ninth themed workshop for literary translators at Château de Lavigny, Switzerland, from 21 to 24 September 2017. This year’s theme will be translating literature for children and young-adults. […]
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CEATL is an international non-profit association (AISBL) under Belgian law, officially created in 1993 as a platform where literary translators’ associations from different European countries could exchange views and information, and join forces to improve status and working conditions of literary translators. Set up by 10 founder members, CEATL now has 35 member associations from 29 countries across Europe, representing some 10,000 individual authors. In recent years several associations from former Eastern Europe have joined us, as has the Turkish association Çevbir, and CEATL will continue to encourage associations in the new EU member states and in EU neighbouring countries to become members....
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Applications are open for Summer School 2017, run by the British Centre for Literary Translation in partnership with Writers’ Centre Norwich. The Summer School (23-29 July 2017) will bring together writers and translators for an intensive, one-week, residential programme of hands-on translation and creative writing practice. The programme will include creative writing sessions designed for literary translators, as well as lectures and readings. […]
This year, CEATL’s annual meeting will take place in Utrecht, The Netherlands, from 10 to 13 May. Capitalising on the presence of literary translators from more than 30 countries, the Dutch hosting association, Auteursbond [‘The Authors’ Guild’]), has joined forces with the Utrecht Literature House to organise a special translation programme on Thursday, 11 May within the International Literature Festival Utrecht (ILFU). […]
Translators Ulla Ekblad-Forsgren (Sweden) and Alexander Sitzmann (Austria) are the winners of Austria’s State Prize for Literary Translation 2016 (EUR 10,000). The annual prize under the patronage of Austria’s Chancellor is awarded annually for the translation of Austrian literature into a foreign language and to Austrian literary translators. […]