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 www.port.ac.uk/maps). All welcome. Refreshments provided. For further information contact carol.osullivan at port.ac.uk or see www.port.ac.uk/translation. 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.