Poets & Writers

Recent Winners

American Literary Translators Association

LUCIEN STRYK ASIAN TRANSLATION PRIZE

Hedgie Choi and Soeun Seo, both of Austin, Texas, and Jake Levine of Seoul won the 2020 Lucien Stryk Asian Translation Prize for their translation from the Korean of Kim Yideum’s poetry collection Hysteria (Action Books). They received $6,000. Noh Anothai, John Balcom, and E. J. Koh judged. The annual award is given for a book of poetry or a text from Zen Buddhism translated from an Asian language into English and published in the previous year.

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ITALIAN PROSE IN TRANSLATION AWARD

The late Frederika Randall won the 2020 Italian Prose in Translation Award for her translation from the Italian of Giacomo Sartori’s novel I Am God (Restless Books). She received $5,000. Jeanne Bonner, Richard Dixon, and Antony Shugaar judged. The annual award is given for a book of fiction or nonfiction translated from Italian into English and published in the previous year.

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NATIONAL TRANSLATION AWARDS

Hedgie Choi and Soeun Seo, both of Austin, Texas, and Jake Levine of Seoul won the 2020 National Translation Award in Poetry for their translation from the Korean of Kim Yideum’s poetry collection Hysteria (Action Books). Ilya Kaminsky, Lisa Katz, and Farid Matuk judged. Jordan Stump of Lincoln, Nebraska, won the 2020 National Translation Award in Prose for his translation from the French of Marie NDiaye’s novel The Cheffe: A Cook’s Novel (Knopf). Amaia Gabantxo, Emmanuel D. Harris II, and William Maynard Hutchins judged. Choi, Levine, and Seo shared a prize of $2,500, and Stump received $2,500. The annual awards are given for a book of poetry and a book of prose translated from any language into English and published in the previous year. (SEE DEADLINES.)

American Literary Translators Association, University of Arizona, Esquire Building #205, 1230 North Park Avenue, Tucson, AZ 85721. Rachael Daum, Communications and Awards Manager.

rachaeldaum@literarytranslators.org

www.literarytranslators.org/awards

Anhinga Press

ANHINGA PRIZE FOR POETRY

Clemonce Heard of San Antonio, Texas, won the 2020 Anhinga Prize for Poetry for Greenwood. He received $2,000, and his book will be published by Anhinga Press in September. Major Jackson judged. The annual award is given for a poetry collection. The next deadline is May 31.

Anhinga Press, Anhinga Prize for Poetry, P.O. Box 3665, Tallahassee, FL 32315. Kristine Snodgrass, Contact.

info@anhinga.org

www.anhingapress.org

Arts & Letters

ARTS & LETTERS PRIZES

of Memphis won the Arts & Letters Rumi Prize for Poetry for “I Stand Outside This Woman’s Work,” “Love Song to a Wicked Stepsister of New Orleans won the Arts & Letters Prize for Fiction for “Flesh.” of Twentynine Palms, California, won the Susan Atefat Prize for Creative Nonfiction for “Drive! (You’re Lost Little Girl, You’re Lost).” They each received $1,000, and their winning works were published in the Fall 2020 issue of . Cate Marvin judged in poetry, Devi S. Laskar judged in fiction, and Jason Allen judged in creative nonfiction. The annual awards are given for a group of poems, a short story, and an essay. (SEE DEADLINES.)

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