Exchanges: Journal of Literary Translation is seeking submissions for their Spring 2021 issue through March 31.
"Our role is to nurture ambitious and innovative scholarship, and we are committed to completing peer review within three months or less."
The prize, administered by Solano Publications, is free to enter; both short stories and creative nonfiction are eligible.
Mophradat has a new home in Athens. In this venue, they write, they aim to provide "room and respite for individuals, collectives, and organizations from the Arab world who are championing progressive narratives and values."
The Arabic Translation Mentoring Programme from New Writing North will support "emerging ArabicEnglish translators with a 9-month professional development programme." Applications are open now.
Boston University's one-year MFA in literary translation is now accepting applications for next fall.
The submissions window for Lunch Ticket's literary translation contest, the Gabo Prize, is open through January 31.
The internship, which offers a stipend of $200 per week, requires a commitment of sixteen hours a week over the course of three months.
"Hazine is seeking 3-4 pieces on the digital world and art from the Mashriq, the Maghreb, Africa, South Asia, Southeast Asia, Turkey, or Iran."
They write that ArtsEverywhere compensates writers and artists "generously and above market average."
"This grant is targeted at published authors working on a new piece, who are in need of time to focus."
"For this themed issue we’re looking for science fiction and speculative work of all genres."