>From: "Stacey Van Dahm" <[log in to unmask]>
>Subject: CFP: Literary Translation (1/10/07; journal issue)
>Call for Submissions
>Translating in the 21st Century
>žTranslationÓ is a new Translation Studies journal at the University of
>California Santa Barbara published every two years by the Translation
>Studies Research Focus Group of the Interdisciplinary Humanities Center
>at UCSB. http://www.ihc.ucsb.edu/research/translation/journal.html
>žTranslationÓ is now accepting submissions of poetry or short fiction
>translations into English for its second issue, to be published in Fall
>2007. Essays on literary translation are also welcome. Issue two will
>highlight translations addressing cultures around the worldůEast and
>West. We are particularly interested in translations from non-Western
>languages, but are happy to consider all submissions.
>Only unpublished translations will be accepted. The journal is
>collaboratively run by graduate students and faculty, and welcomes
>translations from both new and established translators. Please email a
>brief bio of the translating author along with your submission to
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>All submissions should use current MLA formatting where required.
>Poetry submissions should be limited to 3 per entrant. Poetry
>translations may be to or from English and should be submitted along
>with the original text for side-by-side publication.
>For short fiction submissions, 7-10 pages is the preferred length.
>Translators should obtain necessary permissions for translating texts
>and will be expected to assist in obtaining permission for publication
>of originals in the case of poetry.
>Unfortunately, as a non-profit, scholarly journal, we cannot offer
>payment for submissions.
>Submissions will be accepted through January 10, 2007 at
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The German Studies Call for Papers List
Editor: Stefani Engelstein
Assistant Editor: Megan McKinstry
Sponsored by the University of Missouri
Info available at: http://www.missouri.edu/~graswww/resources/gerlistserv.html