Deadline:

15 July 2019.

Location:

New York, USA.

(Fully Funded)

Description

“Art Omi: Writers” Translation Lab 2019

“Art Omi: Writers” is now seeking proposals for Translation Lab 2019, a 12-day special, intensive residency for four collaborating writer-translator teams in the fall of 2019.

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“Art Omi: Writers” will host four English language translators in New York’s Hudson Valley for 12 days. These translators will be invited along with the writers whose work is being translated into English. This focused residency will provide an integral stage of refinement, allowing translators to dialogue with the writers about text-specific questions. It will also serve as an essential community-builder for English-language translators who are working to increase the amount of international literature available to English-language readers.

Opportunity Focus Areas:

  • Literature
  • Translation
  • Poetry
  • Theater
  • Film

Required Languages

English.

Eligible Countries

ALL WORLD COUNTRIES.

Program Period

5-16 November 2019.

Eligibility Requirements (Criteria)

  • All text-based projects—fiction, nonfiction, theater, film, poetry, etc.—are eligible.
  • Translators, writers, editors, and agents can submit proposals.
  • Projects that do not yet have a publisher are eligible.

Opportunity Cost

(Fully Funded)

  • All residencies are fully funded including airfare, train transportation from New York City to the Art Omi campus, and local car transportation.

How to Apply

First Step: In order to apply, you need to submit a proposal. Each proposal should be no more than three pages and provide the following information:

  • Names of the translator and writer applying, as well as contact information (physical address, email, and phone) and the original language of the text. These details should be provided at the very top of the proposal.
  • Brief biographical sketches for the translator and writer.
  • A description of the proposed project, including details about how you envision structuring your working time together.
  • Publishing status for the proposed project (projects that do not yet have a publisher are eligible)
  • If sample pages of the English translation are available you may include them (no more than 25 pages) though this is not required

(Please be sure that all of the requested materials are assembled in a single document (PDF or Word) and provided in the order that they are enumerated here. Proposals should be submitted only once availability for residency participation of the translator and writer has been confirmed.)

Second Step: Send your proposal directly to DW Gibson, director of “Art Omi: Writers” at dwgibson@artomi.org and good luck!

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This Scholarship Published by:
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Reviewed by “ Sara Issam / Egypt & Samira Shehta / Egypt
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