Monday, 26 April 2010

'Getting into Print' talk, Portsmouth, 29 April 2010

This is just to remind you that Ros Schwartz of the Translators Association will be giving a paper on Thursday in our 'Translators on Translation' seminar series. The talk will begin at 5pm in Room 3.06, Park Building, University of Portsmouth (see All welcome. Refreshments provided. For further information contact carol.osullivan at or see This talk is highly recommended for anyone considering literary translation as a specialisation or for the Translation Project.

Ros Schwartz is an award-winning literary translator and a prominent member of the TA, the Translators’ Association of the Society of Authors. A freelancer since 1980, Ros has translated some 50 works of fiction and non-fiction, particularly novels by contemporary Francophone writers. She runs a small translation company with a team of translators working into and out of the major European languages and specializing in the arts, development and corporate literature. She works for a select number of clients with the emphasis on quality and style, developing long-term relationships based on good communications. She runs numerous workshops, is a frequent speaker on the international circuit and writes on translation-related issues; see e.g. here and here.

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