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Member News

Laurence Bogoslaw edited the book Russians on Trump, which was recently published by East View Press.

Lisa Carter has won the 2018 Gulf Coast Prize in Translation (Prose), sponsored by Gulf Coast Magazine, a journal of literature and fine arts housed within the University of Houston’s English Department. This year’s contest was judged by John Keene, a writer, professor at Rutgers University-Newark, and a Portuguese>English translator. The piece Lisa submitted was an excerpt of a novel by the Chilean-Canadian writer Camila Reimers, called Tiempo de ser.

Interpreters Unlimited, of San Diego, California, announced that its president, Sayed Ali, is the recipient of the SBA San Diego District Director’s Award for Growth Through Acquisition in this year’s Small Business Week Awards. Ali has led all operations since he first acquired the company in 2007, and over the past 11 years.

Rafa Lombardino’sEnglish translation of Nanette Blitz Konig’s Holocaust Memoirs of a Bergen-Belsen Survivor & Classmate of Anne Frank, originally written in Portuguese as Eu sobrevivi ao Holocausto, has been published by Amsterdam Publishers. Rafa translates books from English, Portuguese, Spanish, and Italian into English and Portuguese. She is the current administrator of ATA’s Portuguese Language Division.

Carolyn R. Yohn’s translation of Hungarian author Tamás Csitáry-Hock’s Soul Stories is now in print.

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1 Responses to "Member News"

  1. George Carrera says:

    My book, “Two Different Worlds”, detailing my life experience during the first 25 years of my life, living under two totally different cultural environments in San Antonio, Texas, and Shreveport, Louisiana during the 1950s, was published in 2011 by Publish America.
    Soft-cover: 978-1-4560-2929-6. It was published verbatim, as I wrote it, without any editorial participation.

    Sincerely,
    George Carrera

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