Sunday Submissions: ‘World Literature Today’ Translation Prize

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Share this:TwitterFacebookEmailPrintLinkedInRedditGoogleTumblrWhatsAppPinterestTelegramPocketSkypeLike this:Like Loading…‹ International Prize for Arabic Fiction Hosts Ninth Nadwa in Abu Dhabi, With New FunderCategories: submissions There’s also more information on the prize at the   WLT   website. Those who ware interested can put in their submission via Submittable. There is, unfortunately, an entry fee of $10. The World Literature Today Translation Prize — a contest aimed at translation-studies students — is open until January 1, 2018:
Those interested are asked to submit a prose work “up to 1,000 words” or up to three poems. The two winning submissions are set to be announced in May 2018, and published online in the summer of 2018. “Each piece must be accompanied by a professional cover letter,” which must “include the name of a sponsoring faculty member from the translation studies program.”
The judges will be the editors of   World Literature Today   magazine, and the winners — in both prose and poetry categories — will each take $200.