Tuesday, 6 October 2009

2010 Susan Sontag Prize for Translation

The organizers of the U.S.-based Susan Sontag Prize for Translation, awarded to literary translators under the age of 30, has issued a call for submissions. The 2010 prize (a grant of $5000) will go to a translator of Nordic literature - Swedish, Norwegian, Danish or Icelandic, though Finnish is excluded (presumably Finland-Swedish qualifies). Application forms can be downloaded from the Susan Sontag website, which also has details of the other rules and conditions.

(Hat tip: Three Percent)

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