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The Stephen Spender Prize 2016 for poetry in translation in association with the Guardian

The 2016 Stephen Spender Prize is open for entries. Entrants are invited to submit an English translation of a poem from any language, ancient or modern. As always, there are prizes in three categories – Open, 18-and-under and 14-and-under – and the competition is open to UK and Irish citizens and residents. Closing date: Friday 27 May. Looking for inspiration? Listen to Noma Dumezweni, Patricia Hodge and Michael Pennington read some of the winning entries from previous years.

Second Call for Papers - Critical Link 8 Critical LinkS - a new generation

Critical Link 8

Critical LinkS – a new generation
Future-proofing Interpreting and Translating

Critical Link 8 Conference to be held at Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh, Scotland, from 29th June to 1st July 2016.

The deadline for the second call is 30 November 2015, Scotland's St Andrew's Day. The Critical Link 8 conference organising committee will look forward to celebrating with abstracts and proposals received from those interested in community/public service interpreting and translating, from all possible perspectives.

Routes Live! - Working as a translator or interpreter webinar

Don't miss the first webinar session about careers for linguists and is aimed at students, teachers and trainers who share an interest in translation and interpreting for the private and public sectors.

Friday 10th July. 12:30pm.

https://www.routesintolanguages.ac.uk/live

Routes into Languages PSIT project

A Routes into Languages report about Training provision for Public Service Interpreting and Translation in England is now available to download.

The report has been compiled for Routes into Languages by Anne Marie Graham at Arqueros Consulting and is one of the outcomes of a broader project funded by Routes into Languages. Click here to read the PSIT report.

Visit the website www.psit.org.uk to join the PSIT online community!

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