The journal In Other Words, supported by the British Centre for Literary Translation, is looking for submissions for their 39th issue: “Translation and the Arab World.”
According to the website:
Articles should be a maximum of 4000 words; style guidelines are provided in the back of each issue of In Other Words. Further queries should be addressed to the editor at: email@example.com
They further suggest that article submissions can be “on any aspect of ‘Translation and the Arab World,'” including:
Translation in/as resistance
Toppling regimes, toppling paradigms
Unity and diversity in Middle Eastern literature
The deadline for submissions is March 1. After that is an issue on translating children’s literature; the deadline for that is October 1.
Thanks to M.A. Orthofer of The Literary Saloon for alerting me to this issue.