The International Academy on Literary Management and Translation Promotion will create a community of literary management professionals from the Balkans and other parts of Europe who are committed to playing a role in international literary communication. The Academy will provide tools, ideas and contacts to promote less translated literatures in today’s highly competitive world.

The Academy will span two five-day in-person sessions – one from May 13 – May 18 2022 in Struga, North Macedonia, and the second in May 2023 in Albania.

The Translations Collider Academy will give participants the chance to:

– Discuss and refine the concept of “promoting translations”
– Present and promote their work in an international setting
– Learn from success stories and meet the people behind them
– Explore trends and innovative solutions for promoting literatures from “less used” languages
– Become acquainted with the local literary scene of the host countries
– Catalyze new partnerships and build a lasting network of like-minded people

Read more about the Academy here (https://www NULL.npage NULL.org/en/page?id=311).

 

How to join the Academy

The International Academy on Literary Management and Translation Promotion welcomes representatives of organizations from the Western Balkan countries as well as from EU member states who are active in international literary exchange.

Eligible organizations include but are not limited to publishers, festivals, associations, public support programs, literary agents and scouts, residency and literature centers, and any other cultural organizations who are active partakers in cross-border literary communication.

To participate, please save the dates May 13 – 18 2022 for the Struga session and fill out the form here (https://docs NULL.google NULL.com/forms/u/1/d/e/1FAIpQLScXUIUe-94OJcyTIUON8n2ZeP0XEHdAizY_7PAbsAdWpjnBxQ/viewform?usp=send_form).

Applications are accepted till February 28 2022

The International Academy on Literary Management and Translation Promotion is part of the project Balkan Translations Collider (https://www NULL.npage NULL.org/en/page?id=258) that aims to explore ways to overcome imbalances in the literary translation traffic in Europe. The Collider is a three-year project and is co-funded by the Creative Europe programme of the European Union.

 

Open Call: Translations Collider Academy