Win a Book: Happy International Translation Day!

Yes, we love September 30th -- happy International Translation (and Interpreting) Day to all our friends and colleagues around the world! Last week, we helped UNIVERSITAS Austria Interpreters' and Translators' Association celebrate both our big day and their 60th anniversary in style in Vienna, complete with a reception at Vienna's legendary city hall, a one-day conference at the University of Vienna, and a memorable event at Europe House (co-sponsored by the European Union) with a fantastic keynote speech by industry expert and VP of SmartlingNataly Kelly, who flew in from Boston for the event. Speaking of Nataly Kelly: as you know, she co-authored a fantastic book on our industry with Jost Zetzsche, which has been selling quite well and is meant for the general market. The book is called Found in Translation, and Nataly donated several books to Translation Times earlier this year.

Now, to celebrate International Translation Day, we'd like to raffle off a copy of the book. The first person to correctly identify where the pictures on this blog post were taken will win the book. They were both taken in the same city. We are not looking just for the country or continent, but the name of the city where these two pictures were taken. We will pay for postage to send the book to you, regardless of whether you live in Santiago de Chile or Sydney.

Best of luck to all of you!


Virginia Rech said...

México, D. F. :)

Judy Jenner and Dagmar Jenner on September 30, 2014 at 10:51 AM said...

@Virginia: Yes, you got it! Mexico City/México, D.F. it is. Please e-mail us your address to judy(dot)jenner(at)twintranslations(dot)com and we will put this in the mail for you! Felicidades.

Sorry, everyone -- the prize has been claimed. Congrats to Virginia.

Virginia Rech said...

¡Qué alegría! Thank you both! And Happy Translation Day!

Anonymous said...


Next time you should wait for 1 week and then trow the names of the people with the correct answer in a hat.

Judy Jenner and Dagmar Jenner on October 1, 2014 at 1:35 PM said...

@Virginia: Igualmente. Te mandamos el libro esta semana. :)

@Anonymous: Good point, but: our contest, our rules. :)

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