Thank You for Celebrating Translations with Us!

The 8th edition of National Translation Month was a tremendous success! We’re very grateful to all the authors, translators, and event organizers who celebrated with us, and to our 6,000+ followers on social media whom we sought to inspire and engage.

We close National Translation Month 2020 on a high note: September 30 is celebrated worldwide as International Translation Day. We’re leaving you with seven poems by the Costa Rican-born poet, Anabelle Aguilar Brealey, translated from Spanish by Diana Manole.

Stay tuned for translation news, collaborations, and publishing opportunities we’ll continue to post throughout the year. Join our mailing list, follow us on Twitter, or like us on Facebook. And, if you like what we’re doing, support our efforts with a small donation here. It will help us bring more literary translations to an even wider audience next year.

We hope you’ll continue to celebrate translations throughout the year. If you think of a way you’d like to celebrate NTM in 2021, drop us a line at nationaltranslationmonth@gmail.com and we’ll be happy to include it in our next year calendar. The world lies open—take time to explore it. And celebrate the craft of translation in September and beyond.

Click here to read Consumed by Fire: Poems by Anabelle Aguilar Brealey Translated from Spanish by Diana Manole

—Claudia Serea & Loren Kleinman

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