TransLit 11

The TransLit Editiorial Board, in cooperation with the Association of Translators and Interpreters of Alberta (ATIA) and the Literary Translators’ Association of Canada (LTAC), is proud to invite you to an intimate book launch in celebration of TransLit: Volume 11. POSTER

Thursday, October 26, 2017
Bogani Cafe
2023 111 Street, Edmonton

21 Authors. 22 Translators. 12 Languages.

TransLit 11 is a stunning compilation in celebration of world literature and diverse global cultures. Take a narrative journey with us from the shores of the Americas through Eastern Europe and into the Far East.  

Please note:

  • Copies of TransLit 11 will be available ($20 + GST)
  • Food and beverages will be available for purchase
  • Bogani Cafe is LRT accessible and has public parking

 Please RSVP at https://translit11yeg.eventbri... in order to make arrangements for attendees. There is no cost associated with this event.

TransLit Volume 11 includes texts from twenty-one authors and twenty-two translators in twelve languages: Arabic, Chinese, English, French, German, Hungarian, Latvian, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, and Vietnamese.

From the shores of Americas and their linguistic and cultural diversity, through voices from Easter Europe that, in turn, create a bridge to places in the Far East, TransLit 11 offers a further exploration of literature, a shared passion of authors and translators alike. Copies of this fascinating book will be available for purchase ($20+GST).

About TransLit: In 1991, a small group of translators in Alberta started TransLit which has since presented selections from the wide range of literature past and present in Canada and around the world with translations into English or French. The members of the Literary Translation Collective, almost all members of the Association of Translators and Interpreters of Alberta (ATIA) at the time, were mainly full-time translators interested in literary translation.

TransLit has been produced with the support of the ATIA and the Literary Translators’ Association of Canada (LTAC).
With much gratefulness to the past editors, supporting editors, contributors, and ― most importantly ― our readers,

You can purchase your own copy on the following websites:

Please note that ATIA does not handle sales of TransLit Volume 9. Please use the websites listed above.