The program welcomes applications from writers and professional literary translators of Bulgarian literature from all over the world to work on their projects in Sofia […]
After a very strange 2020, things start going back to normal and, therefore translators’ associations all over Europe organise a variety of festive events to celebrate International Translation Day 2021. Do come and join us!
“Literature Ireland seeks applications from literary translators from Bulgaria for a residential bursary in Ireland for three weeks in September 2020.”
As every year, CEATL has the pleasure to invite you to the following events all throughout Europe. Come and celebrate with us! […]
Last year representatives from EIZIE (Euskal Itzultzaile, Zuzentzaile eta Interpreteen Elkartea, the Association of Translators, Correctors and Interpreters of the Basque Language) traveled to Slovenia as part of the New Translators programme, and this year we were in Bulgaria October 17-19 to discuss the importance of translation in the development of literature and in Basque culture, among other things. […]
On 24 May 2017, the United Nations General Assembyl recognised 30 September as International Translation Day, to be celabrated every year across the entire UN network. Translators’ associations all over Europe organise a variety of festive events. To name a few: […]
In the past year the Bulgarian Translators’ Union (BTU) has dealt with a number of cases of translation plagiarism.
Last March Prof. Ana Dimova, literary translator and BTU member, published an article entitled The (Un)known Joseph Roth: Translation or Transcript in the renowned literary newspaper Literaturen Vestnik. In the article she compared a recent translation of Joseph Roth’s stories into Bulgarian by Vladko Murdarov („Легенда за пияницата светец“, Black Flamingo, 2015) with her own translation of the same stories of thirty years previously („Гробницата на капуцините“. Избрани творби. Народна култура, 1986) and found the differences minimal. […]
At the end of 2017 the Bulgarian Translators’ Union organised an evening dedicated to literary translator Iglika Vassileva and her interpretation of the works of Virginia Woolf in Bulgarian. It was the twentieth anniversary of the first publication of Vassileva’s translation of To the Lighthouse and a birthday anniversary of the admired translator. […]
The Bulgarian Translators’ Union and the Elizabeth Kostova Foundation for Creative Writing announce the launch of their ‘Translators’ Atelier’ for the sixth consecutive year. The project is aimed at literary translators who are still at an early stage in their professional development, but who are interested in translating literature from English to Bulgarian and from Bulgarian to English. The Translators’ Atelier takes the form of a three-day intensive training programme under the direction of leading specialists in literary translation and includes lectures and practical seminars on the translation of texts. Since 2015 it has included a poetry module alongside prose translation and a translation slam. Participants who successfully finish the Atelier will receive certificates from the Bulgarian Translators’ Union. […]
The Bulgarian literary translator Eva Kaneva is the recipient of NORLA’s 2015 Translator’s Award for her translations from Norwegian into Bulgarian. The announcement was made on 1 October, just after International Translation Day and the feast of St Jerome. The award, now in its tenth year, is given annually to a translator of Norwegian literature and was established to raise awareness of the contribution made by foreign translators. […]
Bulgarian Translators’ Union celebrated International Translation Day with a focus on literary translation.
Workshop on Translating small literatures for the global market (Sofia, 27-28 May 2013).
Bulgarian Translators’ Union honours translator Elena Muteva (1 October)
A prestigious Bulgarian award has been given to literary translator Yana Bukova.
The Next Page Foundation has published a study about literary translations from Bulgarian after 1989.
CEATL welcomes new member associations from Belgium, Bulgaria, Bosnia-Herzegovina and Norway.
Traduki calls for applications for their 2011-2012 residence programme in Sarajavo.