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One Hundred Shadows – Women in Translation Month

During the BCLT summer school, Deborah Smith (winner of the Man Booker International, publisher at Tilted Axis Press and all-round good egg) was tutoring the Korean group, and also launching her second book, One Hundred Shadows by Hwang Jungeun. Translated … Continue reading

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BCLT Summer School

I had wanted to do the BCLT Summer School for years, and particularly since gatecrashing the lovely German group at the Millennium Library in Norwich way back in 2012, and again in 2013, and hearing what fun they were having. … Continue reading

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BCLT Summer School, Part 2: creative writing?!

The BCLT summer school now has a creative writing focus as well as the main emphasis on translation, and I was awaiting the writing workshops with a certain trepidation – the whole point of being a translator is that you … Continue reading

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