The Susanna Roth Award is an annual competition for beginner translators up to 40 years of age, whose task is to translate a piece of contemporary Czech prose. Contestants must be citizens or permanent residents in one of the participating countries below the age of 40 and cannot have published a book translation in the language of the given country. The prize is a residency in the Czech Republic and includes attending the annual Bohemistics Seminar and a translation workshop. The award, organised by the Literary Section of the Arts and Theatre Institute (http://www NULL.idu and Czech Centres (http://www NULL.czechcentres, is named after Susanna Roth, renowned Swiss bohemist and translator (1950–1997), who contributed significantly to the promotion of contemporary Czech literature abroad. More info on the present call (deadline: March 31 2020) here (http://www NULL.czechcentres

A call for the traditional Susanna Roth Award for beginning translators from Czech
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