American Literary Translators Association [for everyone]
Thread poster: Roomy Naqvy

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Dec 20, 2001

Dear Colleagues,



The American Literary Translators Association Website is at http://www.utdallas.edu/research/cts/alta.htm



From their home page:

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The central office of ALTA is located at the University of Texas at Dallas and is currently funded by the university and through a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts.

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Distinguished translators, including Margaret Sayers Peden, William Weaver, Roger Shattuck, and Gregory Rabassa, have been featured as keynote speakers at ALTA conferences.

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Anyone can take membership etc. I am not a member but it\'s open to all. I have heard good tidings about ALTA and plan to explore further before deciding on membership.



Explore and Enjoy!



Roomy Naqvy



\'Literature Freak\' from India!!
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