INTERNATIONALIZATION IN THE USA OF SPANISH WRITERS AND TRANSLATORS.
Acción Cultural Española and the Spain-USA Foundation (SUSAF) organize this programme with the aim of promoting the translation and dissemination of the work of Spanish authors in the United States.
The project is divided into three lines of action:
- Support for US publishers to promote the translation of Spanish authors.
Aimed at authors who have participated in any of the awarded projects of the AC/E PICE and Translation Grants
- Support for translators of works by Spanish authors into English in the US.
Spain-USA Foundation Translation Award, SUFTA.
- Promotion of the internationalization of Spanish writers.
Aimed preferably at authors who have participated in the initiatives, among others, "10 of 30: New Spanish Narrative" or "Granta: The Best Young Narrators in Spanish", with the aim of having their works translated into English and published in the U.S.A.
Young Writers Programme.
During this tour of the country, the American public will have the opportunity to see first-hand the work of Spanish writers, who will read some excerpts from their novels.
Dates: 5 - 9 November 2022, Washington D.C.
> Matías Candeira
> Alejandro Chico
> Juan Gómez-Bárcena
Irene Reyes Noguerol, David Aliaga, Alejandro Morellón | 2 - 12 October 2022
4 October 2022 (New York University)
6 October2022 (Observatorio Cervantes en Harvard University, Cambridge, MA)
7 October 2022 (University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN)
9 October 2022 (Magers & Quinn Bookstore, Minneapolis, MN)
10 October 2022 (Wild Detectives, Dallas, TX)
11 October 2022 (Brazos Books, Houston, TX)
12 October 2022 (CAT / Litquake Festival, San Francisco, CA)
> Sabina Urraca and Florencia del Campo
April 4, 2022: University of Iowa City
April 6, 2022: Cervantes Institute of Chicago
April 8: Georgetown University in Washington.
> Jordi Nopca:
April 26, 2022: University of Massachusetts, Armhest.
April 28, 2022: Wild Detectives Dallas Bookstore.