Link: Alicia Gordon Award for Word Artistry in Translation

Thanks to our friend, fellow blogger and president of the Colorado Translators Association, Corinne McKay, for posting the following on her blog, Thoughts on Translation. The Alicia Gordon Award for Word Artistry in Translation (awareded by the American Foundation for Translation and Interpretation) competition is now accepting submissions until June 1. The winner will be announced during the American Translators Association's 50th Annual Conference in New York City at the end of October. The prize is $250 and a certificate of recognition. The passages need to be 750 words in length. The competition is open to any ATA member in good standing (all subject areas, not limited to literary translation). The languages are: French/Spanish into English or English into French or Spanish. For more information, please see this link.


freemelance on August 21, 2009 at 1:43 AM said...

This is great information. I’m starting to get story ideas zooming in my head.

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