Thanks for Celebrating Our 10-year Anniversary!

The 10-year anniversary of National Translation Month was a tremendous success! We’re very grateful to all the authors, translators, publishers, and organizations who celebrated with us, and to our 6,000+ followers on social media whom we sought to inspire and engage.

We’re leaving you with these parting shots we thought you’d appreciate:

• 14 Books in translation to read, recommended by LitHub
• Essays and interviews about translation at Catapult’s #WhatsTheWord
• Micro-reviews of poetry in translation part1 and part 2 at Action Books blog
• A journey through time and place by Claire Brown at Columbia University Press
• Our special features on Ukrainian poetry in translation part 1 and part 2
• Our most popular post ever: new translations from the Hausa language,
in premiere at NTM in September 2016

Stay tuned for news, events, collaborations, and publishing opportunities we’ll announce 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 in the future.

The world lies open, and we hope you’ll take the time to read and explore it. And celebrate the craft of translation in September and beyond.

—Claudia Serea and Loren Kleinman