7.01.2022 - 20.05.2022 Literature

A translation workshop following Stramer by Łoziński

Polish speakers who are interested in trying the work of translating are invited to be elected to translate a Polish book which will be at the focus of a workshop led by Miriam Borenstein.

Polish speakers who are interested in trying the work of translating are invited to be elected to translate a Polish book which will be at the focus of a

workshop led by Miriam Borenstein.

Would you like to take part in the first Hebrew translation of Stramer by Mikołaj Łoziński?

We invite Polish speakers who want to try their hand at translation work to take part in a special translation workshop led by the translator Miriam Borenstein.

In partnership with Carmel publishing house we will hold the 6 sessions of this workshop which will begin on February 11 2022.

Only those elected could take part in the workshop based on a translation assignment they will submit ahead of it.

Mikołaj Łoziński himself (born in 1980) will come to visit the workshop in person.

The workshop will include working alongside Miriam Borenstein on the book Stramer by Mikołaj Łoziński – a saga about the Polish Stramer family which lives in the city of Tarnow

before WWII breaks out.

The person elected as the best student of the workshop will be the translator of the (entire) book into Hebrew. 

The selection will be done based on the best translation of one of the chapters in the book which will be submitted alongside Carmel Publishing house to the Polish Book Institute

to seek funding to translate the entire work.

About the book in the Polish publisher site.

For more information on Mikołaj Łoziński.

Those who want to take part in the workshop should apply by February 7th 2022 by this online form.

When the form is accepted, those who registered will be ask to translate a part of the book by January 20 2022.

The list of final participants will be published by February 4 and the workshop will open on February 11 and will include 6 sessions, the last will be held on April 29.

The winner will be announced on May 20 2022.

     

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