Our November 12th general meeting was attended by 28 people, including some first-time visitors who are taking translation classes at Austin Community College (ACC). There was plenty of tasty finger food at the buffet table, brought by AATIA Director of […]
Our last general meeting of 2016 will take place on Saturday, November 12th, at the usual place: Best Western Plus Austin City Hotel, 2200 S. Interstate 35, Austin, TX 78704 (intersection of IH-35 & Oltorf Street Exit, exit 232A from […]
This month’s cartoon of the month by our own Tony Beckwith.
The program for our general meeting on September 10th will focus on opportunities for translators and interpreters in the digital world. AATIA member Frank Dietz, a software localization specialist, will kick off the program. Software localization is a multibillion-dollar global […]
With this post we are pleased to inaugurate a new “cartoon of the month” feature. This first one is by Tony Beckwith, translator, interpreter, writer, poet, and cartoonist – and also AATIA’s current President. If we have any other cartoonists […]
Find out in the latest issue of Source, the journal of the American Translators Association’s Literary Division. Source is edited by AATIA members Michele Aynesworth and Tony Beckwith, along with Patrick Saari, a translator/interpreter based in Quito, Ecuador.
This coming Friday, February 19th, 2016, Malvern Books in Austin will host an evening with Toni Sala, award-winning author of The Boys, a novel centering around the sudden deaths of two young men in a provincial town in the Catalonian […]
It was standing room only at our first general meeting of 2016, which featured presentations by Beth Navarro from the University of Texas Center for Professional Education and Maria Acevedo of the FBI office in San Antonio. Beth told us […]
Please join us for our general meeting this coming Saturday, January 9th, 2016. We’ll be ringing in the new year with a great program featuring a panel of three literary translators, who will explain their step-by-step approach to transforming a literary […]
More than 40 members and friends came out on a drizzly Saturday afternoon to hear presenters Esther Diaz and Marco Hanson at our last bimonthly general meeting on November 14th. Esther updated us on the recommendations of the Advisory Committee […]