AATIA’s Interpreter Special Interest Group (ISIG) will meet on Saturday, April 8, 2017, to discuss the interpreter’s dual role in today’s challenging environments, where at times the delivery of the message from source language to target language may not be […]
The website of the 58th Annual Conference of the American Translators Association (ATA) is now online. Registration will open in July.
On a rainy Saturday afternoon about thirty translators and interpreters gathered for the AATIA’s March General Meeting. Those who were there will recall that the room buzzed with excitement as members greeted each other and chatted over a cup of […]
Our March 11th general meeting will showcase a rare opportunity to explore the intricate process of translating songs. Literary translator and musician Michele Aynesworth will discuss her work in this field and will serenade us with her versions of two […]
The winter 2016-2017 issue of Source, the newsletter of the American Translators Association (ATA) Literary Division, is now online. This issue features reviews of several sessions relating to literary translation presented at the recent ATA annual conference in San Francisco, including […]
Dear colleagues, We live in turbulent times. Recent policies enacted in Washington are having a direct impact on our fellow translators and interpreters, here and abroad. We have asked the American Translators Association (ATA) to share whatever response they formulate […]
Online platforms such as Kindle, iBooks or Google Play Books, as well as print-on-demand services, now offer independent authors the opportunity to self-publish their work. Some of the most successful indie authors are now looking beyond the English-language market. Our […]