In Other Words

The journal for practising literary translators and for everyone interested in the craft of literary translation. 

In Other Words includes such regular features as Translators at Work, Translations and the Publishing World and International Perspectives, along with the annual Sebald Lecture. Each issue also has a special theme.

The journal was founded by Peter Bush in 1992 and published by the British Centre for Literary Translation which Max (WG) Sebald founded at the University of East Anglia. 

In 2015 Writers’ Centre Norwich took responsibility for BCLT’s public programmes with the support of Arts Council England and as part of this, took over responsibility for publishing this prestigious magazine. 

In Other Words is published twice a year in May and November. Subscription rates are for two consecutive issues.

In Other Words is available free to all members of the Translators Association (Society of Authors) A copy will be posted to your membership address on publication.

Issue No.47 - Summer 2016 out now

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