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Writers in Translation news from English PEN: September 2015


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September 2015

Welcome to your monthly newsletter from the Writers in Translation programme at English PEN

In this email you can find out about: the latest from the World Bookshelf; upcoming international literature and translation events; a poetry course and a short story prize; and English PEN's exciting new highlights shelf at Foyles book shop.

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Have a great month!

September events

7 September - Wanderlust: Wanderlust is Free Word's new monthly night celebrating all things translation. The first event in the series is an audience with Jon Lindsay Miles, translator and discoverer of Haroldo Conti's novel Southeaster. Read more
7 September - Exiled Lit Cafe: Exiled Writers Ink holds monthly events at London's Poetry Cafe. This month's guest speaker is Atef Abu Seif, PEN-supported editor of The Book of Gaza. Read more
16-18 September - Celebrating Modiano: The Institut Français marks the publications of FIVE new Modiano translations with a series of lively talks, screenings and readings. Read more
24 September - Al-Saddiq Al-Raddi book launch: Join the Poetry Translation Centre in celebrating the launch of al-Raddi's new collection He Tells Tales of Meroe: Poems for the Petrie Museum. Read more
2 October - International Translation Day: Tickets are selling fast for this annual gathering of translators, students, publishers, booksellers, librarians, bloggers and reviewers, held at the British Library. Click here for the full programme and to book.

The Poetry School offers some great online courses. 'Transreading Scandinavia' focuses on poems from Denmark, Sweden and Norway and starts on Monday 14 September. Read more

The Commonwealth Writers Short Story Prize 2016 is open for submissions. The Prize is awarded for the best piece of unpublished short fiction (2,000-5,000 words) in English by a Commonwealth writer. If the winning short story is a translation into English, the translator will receive equal prize money.The closing date is 1 November. Read more

English PEN's World Bookshelf now has its own lovely green shelf on the first floor of Foyles Charing Cross book shop! Four books from the collection will be highlighted each month.


Now and at the Hour of Our Death by Susana Moreira Marques, translated from Portuguese by Julia Sanches

Paper Tiger: Inside the Real China by Xu Zhiyuan, translated from Mandarin by Michelle Deeter and Nicky Harman


If you're keen to expand your reading horizons, why not browse our suggested reading list for 2015, complete with downloadable reading guides?


To celebrate the tenth anniversary of the Writers in Translation programme, we are asking YOU, the reading public, to vote for your favourite World Bookshelf book. Every month, two lucky voters win a set of five of the latest World Bookshelf books. The public's favourite book will be announced at the end of the year!

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