A translator's day at the Frankfurt Book Fair
Thread poster: xxxFabio Said

xxxFabio Said  Identity Verified
Germany
Local time: 03:02
German to Portuguese
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Oct 17, 2009

Hi everybody,

I just want to share a report I made on my visit to the Frankfurt Book Fair on Thursday.

I went there as a professional translator (for German to Portuguese and English to Portuguese) with some book translation experience but a focus on legal and business translation.

The Frankfurt Book Fair has a Translators' Center (Übersetzer-Zentrum) for networking, with many interesting events within the fair's event schedule.

My report (with photos and a video) was posted on my translation blog, "fidus interpres". Here's the link:
http://fidusinterpres.com/?p=4147

Enjoy!

Fabio


 

Annett Hieber  Identity Verified
Germany
Local time: 03:02
English to German
Thanks a lot! Oct 17, 2009

Hi Fabio,

Thanks a lot for sharing your experience at the Frankfurt Book Fair. Your report and the links made up for the fact that I couldn't go there myself this year!

Annett


 

Niraja Nanjundan  Identity Verified
Local time: 06:32
German to English
Your blog is really professional Oct 17, 2009

Hi Fabio,

I've been reading your blog now and then for the past few months and it's really professional. I found out quite a few things I didn't know about beforeicon_smile.gif

I've never been to the Frankfurt Book Fair. The translators' centre you mention and my love of reading and books are all good reasons for me to try and make it some time though.

All the best,
Niraja

Very interesting report and great video!



[Edited at 2009-10-17 15:42 GMT]


 

svenfrade  Identity Verified
Germany
Local time: 03:02
French to German
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Thank you ... Oct 18, 2009

for sharing this, Fabio. I have never been to the Frankfurt Book Fair, but I will make sure to be there next year ...

 

John Rawlins  Identity Verified
Spain
Local time: 03:02
Spanish to English
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Thanks for your report Fabio Oct 19, 2009

The interview with Chris Durban that you linked on your blog was especially interesting and useful viewing for any translator who wants to get off the low pay treadmill.

 

Geraldine Oudin  Identity Verified
United Kingdom
Japanese to French
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Thank you! Oct 19, 2009

Very interesting indeed!

 


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