Amaia Gabantxo is the first and most prolific translator of Basque literature into English.
Our first Trailblazer in Translation spotlight is on Fernanda Pivano, the iconic translator who played a groundbreaking role in bringing American counterculture to post-war Italy.
Chicago-based writer and translator of the Bulgarian, Izidora Angel, talks to Project Plume about why she is drawn to politically-motivated art and the importance of community in translation.
Excerpt from the award-winning novel by Nataliya Deleva, translated from the Bulgarian by Izidora Angel.
Dr. Helen Vassallo talks about her Translating Women research project, which investigates and raises public awareness of broad issues relating to the representation of female-authored books in the UK.
Whether bound in books or backlit through screens, literature in translation is what makes the migration of voices possible.