Tag: Madeline G. Levin
Translations of Mickiewicz and Schulz nominated for the prestigious American National Translation Award
Two translations of Polish books have been included in the longlist of translations nominated for the prestigious National Translation Award granted by the American Literary Translators Association (ALTA). Among the nominees, there are Madeline G. Levine, a winner of Found in Translation Award for her translation of Bruno Schulz, and Bill Johnston, a Transatlantyk Award winner for his translation of Adam Mickiewicz. Both translations have been published with the support of the Book Institute as part of the ©POLAND Translation Programme.
Madeline G. Levine: Bruno Schulz swept me away
Interview with Madeline G. Levine, winner of 2019 Found in Translation Award, given by The Polish Book Institute, the Polish Cultural Institute in London, and the Polish Cultural Institute in New York.
The Winner of Found in Translation Award Announced! Madeline G. Levine for Bruno Schulz’s “Collected Stories”!
The Polish Book Institute, the Polish Cultural Institute in London, and the Polish Cultural Institute in New York are pleased to announce that the 2019 Found in Translation Award goes to Madeline G. Levine for her translation of Collected Stories by Bruno Schulz, published by Northwestern University Press in 2018.