In the framework of a partnership between three Polish host cities —Cracow, Gdańsk and Warsaw— and two Polish literary associations —Literary Union Association and Literary Translators Association— a second round of the literary residency programme for writers and translators […]
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!
Creative residencies for writers and translators are a long and noble tradition in Europe and across the world. The concept has remained unchanged over centuries […]
For International Translation Day, the Polish Literary Translators’Association together with EUNIC Warszawa, the European Commision and theCity Culture Institute have prepared a multimedia
online exhibition entitled “Portraits of Translation” […]
This year, several talks about translation were offered through the New Translators program. Under the motto “Translation, bridge between cultures”, three events were organised by EIZIE in conjunction with the Etxepare Basque Institute for the specific purpose of speaking about the importance of translation in Basque literature (and culture). […]
As every year, CEATL has the pleasure to invite you to the following events all throughout Europe. Come and celebrate with us! […]
Rousseau’s Manor and Tropinka – Association for Dialogue offer four residencies, free of charge, for members of the Polish Literary Translators Association, Literary Union and fellow authors from Belarus, Lithuania and Ukraine. We invite four people to Świnoroje (near Narewka) between 14 and 28 March 2020. […]
Sitting for hours and typing away? With their noses in books and dictionaries? Aha, only apparently so! The lives of translators are full of exciting adventures and extraordinary experiences, although most of these happen in their heads.W głowie tłumaczy (‘Inside the translator’s head’) is the first comic (maybe even on a global scale, though we can’t be certain) about translators and their work: […]
A new German-French-Polish residency programmme, ‘Tandem Residenz’, invites authors and translators from Germany, France and Poland to apply for a joint residency in the castle of Genshagen, close to Berlin. […]
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: […]
As in previous years, EUNIC Warszawa, the European Commission Representation in Poland and the Polish Association of Literary Translators held a celebration in Warsaw on the occasion of International Translation Day. Throughout the day, thirteen classes were given by distinguished and experienced translators in high schools. ¨…*
The Polish Literary Translators’ Association has announced that the publisher Wydawnictwo Książkowe Klimaty has been awarded the second Jerome Lion, an award for publishers supporting literary translators.
From the very beginning, this young publisher has shown great awareness of the importance of a literary translator’s work. […]
‘Found in Translation’, the Gdańsk Meetings of Literary Translators, organized by the City Culture Institute, is the only Polish literary festival which is entirely focused on the art of translation. The 3rd edition of this festival will be held from 6 to 8 April in Gdańsk and will focus on great literature created in so-called small languages such as Ukrainian, Hungarian, Romanian, Czech. [..]
This year, for the eighth time, the Warsaw branch of EUNIC (European Union National Institutes for Culture), the European Commission Representation in Poland, and the Polish Literary Translators Association will host an event for International Translation Day – a holiday celebrated worldwide every 30 September, the Feast Day of St. Jerome (author of the first translation of the Bible into Latin, and patron saint of translators). The goal of the event is to draw attention to the essential role of translators in the reception of foreign literature and culture and to make readers aware that translators are, through their work, co-authors of world literature. […]
From 19 to 22 May the Warsaw Book Fair was held at the National Stadium in Warsaw. The Polish Literary Translators’ Association has already co-hosted events at the Fair in the past and this year the association had an even stronger presence.
On 19 May the Jerome Lion award ceremony took place. The first ever trophy, awarded to a publisher for supporting literary translators was presented to Wydawnictwo Czarne. Justyna Czechowska, the chair of the award committee, also talked to Monika Sznajderman, head of Wydawnictwo Czarne, about the publisher’s collaboration with translators. […]
The Polish Literary Translators’ Association has announced that the publisher Wydawnictwo Czarne is to be awarded the first ever Jerome Lion for supporting literary translators. Their publishing activities have demonstrated an appreciation of the importance of competent translators and a respect for translators’ work at every stage of the collaboration by offering honest contracts, staying in touch throughout the editorial process, respecting the translator’s opinion on difficult or contentious issues, promptly paying fees, and giving due recognition to the input of the translator in the presentation of the final publication. […]
Call for application: Visegrad Literary Residency Programme Autumn 2014.
‘Untying the Knots’ – Translating Basque youth literature into Polish (5 October, Wroclaw, Poland).
Schwob sets up English website on the world’s best unknown books.
The BabelMatrix project has entered a new phase.