Sunday Submissions: ‘Transference’ Seeks Translated Arabic Poems for Fall 2017 Issue

Transference is published through the Department of World Languages and Literatures at Western Michigan University. The journal Transference is currently   inviting submissions of Arabic poetry translated into English:
They’re also interested in poems   from the   Chinese, French, Old French, German, Classical Greek, Latin, or Japanese. It’s currently edited by   David Kutzko and Molly Lynde-Recchia. Submissions for the fall 2017 issue are currently being accepted. Submissions are evaluated in a double-blind peer-review process. Also: “Along with the translated poem(s), translators should also submit a commentary on the translation process, addressing particular challenges posed by the text or specific translation choices.”
Those interested should   submit no more than four poems at a time “unless they are extremely short.” You can find the journal’s complete submission guidelines at http://scholarworks.wmich.edu/transference/, as well as PDFs of past issues. It’s not clear why they suggest the online system might not work, but:
However, if the online submission system is problematic for any reason, submissions may also be sent directly to lang_trans@wmich.edu. Advertisements

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