Newsletter 31

In this Newsletter we look forward to the upcoming Frankfurt Book Fair. We also report on translators David Colmer, who has been awarded the Vondel Translation Prize, and Samvel Ghratyan, who is working in the Translator's House in October. The Newsletter concludes with a text on the English version of the website Schwob.

A very important Frankfurt Book Fair in 2013
Today staff members of the FLF are leaving for the Frankfurt Book Fair, the most important international and professional book ...
Vondel Translation Prize goes to David Colmer
The jury of the Vondel Translation Prize has awarded the prize for 2013 to David Colmer for ‘The Misfortunates’, his translation into English of ‘De helaasheid der dingen’ by Dimitri ...
Samvel Ghratyan in Translator’s House
In October Samvel Ghratyan will stay in the Translators' ...
Schwob website launched: insiders’ tips about modern European literature
Last week the English Schwob website has been launched as part of an ambitious project to find and promote insiders’ tips about modern European literature. ...
  The Flemish Literature Fund, an autonomous governmental institution, has been active since 2000 to promote Flemish literature in Belgium and abroad. The principal instruments of its foreign policy are information, documentation and grants (for translation, travel and production).
  Upcoming events
01/01Frankfurt Book Fair
01/01Tom Lanoye in Marchin
01/01Anne Provoost in Yerevan