Publishing Books in Translation: An Overview of Best Practices

Editors of indie presses and magazines demystify the process of publishing works in translation.

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1:45 pm - 2:45 pm
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#AWP22 Virtual

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In this CLMP-sponsored virtual panel, editors of indie presses and magazines discuss the process of publishing works in translation, including what they need to know to acquire works, managing international rights, how they handle the editing process, and how translators can submit their work.

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Bruna Dantas Lobato is the digital marketing and communications coordinator at Words Without Borders. Her writing has appeared in A Public SpaceBOMBPloughsharesThe Common, and elsewhere, and has been recognized with fellowships from Yaddo, A Public Space, NYU, and DISQUIET.

Khaled Mattawa‘s latest collection of poetry is Mare Nostrum from Sarabande Books. He teaches in the MFA program at the University of Michigan and is the editor of Michigan Quarterly Review.

CJ Evans is the editor in chief of Two Lines Press and the author of Lives, forthcoming in June 2022, and A Penance.

Sunyoung Lee is the publisher of award-winning literary nonprofit Kaya Press, where she has worked for the past twenty-two years.