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Harshaneeyam is a podcast about Literary fiction focussing on Translated works from across the world and Telugu Short stories/Novels. Interviews with Translators from different languages, conversations with Famous Telugu writers and introduction of Novels and Short story collections form the content of our podcast.
You can contact us at harshaneeyam@gmail.com
#Translations #katha # telugu #telugukatha #story


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Harshaneeyam Harshaneeyam

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    • 4.4 • 15 Ratings

Harshaneeyam is a podcast about Literary fiction focussing on Translated works from across the world and Telugu Short stories/Novels. Interviews with Translators from different languages, conversations with Famous Telugu writers and introduction of Novels and Short story collections form the content of our podcast.
You can contact us at harshaneeyam@gmail.com
#Translations #katha # telugu #telugukatha #story


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    Sawad Hussain on Arabic Translations, Developmental editing & Mentoring (Arabic)

    Sawad Hussain on Arabic Translations, Developmental editing & Mentoring (Arabic)

    In this episode, Sawad Hussain spoke about bringing Arabic Literature into English, developmental editing, her passion for mentoring and her new book ‘Djinn’s Apple'.
    Sawad Hussain is a translator from Arabic whose work in 2023 was shortlisted for The Warwick Prize for Women in Translation and the Saif Ghobash Banipal Prize for Arabic Literary Translation and longlisted for The Moore Prize for Human Rights Writing.
    She is a judge for the Palestine Book Awards and the Armory Square Prize for South Asian Literature in Translation. She has run translation workshops under the auspices of Shadow Heroes, Africa Writes, the Yiddish Book Center, the British Library, and the National Centre for Writing. Her most recent translations include Edo’s Souls by Stella Gaitano and Djinn’s Apple by Djamila Morani. Her works-in-progress include Woman of the Rivers by Ishraga Mustafa and Behind the Sun by Bushra Al-Maqtari. 
    More about her on - https://sawadhussain.com
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    • 56 min
    Ros Schwartz on Translation

    Ros Schwartz on Translation

    (00:00) Introduction to the Guest: Rose Schwartz
    (01:33) Rose Schwartz's Early Love for French
    (03:29) Living in France: Experiences and Learnings
    (04:37)  Entry into Translation
    (06:48) Challenges and Triumphs of First Book Translation
    (12:48) The Art of Translation: Balancing Meaning and Music
    (15:54) Engaging with Authors: Building Trust and Understanding
    (18:05) The Role of Editing in Translation
    (23:03) Reading for Pleasure vs. Translation
    (23:58) Evaluating Translation: A Complex Process
    (25:48) The Art of Mentoring in Translation
    (27:54) Pitching Translations to Publishers
    (32:03) The Impact of the Writers in Translation Program
    (35:06) Exploring Personal Themes in Translation
    (36:19) The Meaning of Translation
    (37:00) Current Projects and Future Endeavors
    (38:02) The Power of Co-Translation
    (42:18) About the book -Translation as Transhumance
    (47:28) Closing Remarks
    The guest for this Episode is Ros Schwartz.
    Ros Schwartz is an award-winning translator from French. Acclaimed for her new version of Antoine de Saint-Exupéry’s The Little Prince, published in 2010, she has over 100 fiction and non-fiction titles to her name. She is one of the team that has retranslated George Simenon’s Maigret novels for Penguin Classics. Her recent translations include Swiss-Cameroonian author Max Lobe’s A Long Way from Douala and Does Snow Turn a Person White Inside, a new translation of Simone Weil’s The Need for Roots and, in a very different vein, a manga version of Camus’ The Outsider.
    Appointed a Chevalier de l’Ordre des Arts et des Lettres in 2009, in 2017, she was awarded the UK Institute of Translation and Interpreting ' s John Sykes Memorial Prize for Excellence.
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    • 47 min
    Kotryna Garanasvili about Lithuanian Literature in Translation (Lithuanian)

    Kotryna Garanasvili about Lithuanian Literature in Translation (Lithuanian)

    Today We have Kotryna Garanasvili speaking about Lithuanian Literature in translation, and her work in translations.
    Kotryna Garanasvili is a writer, translator and interpreter working with English, Lithuanian, French, German, Russian, and Georgian. She is currently pursuing a PhD and teaching at the University of East Anglia and serves as a member of the BCLT Research Group. Her research, focusing dialect translation, is funded by CHASE Arts and Humanities Research Council. She is the winner of the Emerging Translator Mentorship at the National Centre for Writing and has been awarded traineeships at the EU Council and the European Parliament. Her most recent translation, Little Apples of Eden, is coming out with Norwich-based Kurumuru Books in 2024.
    More about her here: https://kotrynagaranasvili.wordpress.com 
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    • 53 min
    David Bellos on 'Is that a Fish in your ear' - his book about Translation.

    David Bellos on 'Is that a Fish in your ear' - his book about Translation.

    In this podcast episode, Dr. David Bellos, a professor at Princeton, discusses his journey into translation and his book on translation ' Is that a Fish in your ear' . Dr. Bellos began translating in the 1980s and emphasises that translation has always been a balance between self-expression and scholarship. He also touches on the challenges of humor in translation and the complexity of dealing with a third language (L3) in texts. Dr. Bellos also discusses his course, 'Great Books from Little Languages,' where students read recent works translated from less dominant languages. The episode,also covers the issue of copyright in modern culture, which he teaches about at Princeton.
    (00:12) Introduction and Background of Dr. David Bellows
    (01:06) Journey into Translation
    (02:29) Advantages of Being an Academician
    (03:31) Writing Biographies: Jacques Vistati and Georges Perec
    (06:02)The Art of Translation: Challenges and Insights
    (21:53) The Role of Copyright in Modern Culture
    (23:27) Broadening the Canon: Exploring Lesser Known Languages
    (26:11) Reflections on a Lifetime of Translation
    (27:32) Conclusion and Final Thoughts
    Link for the Transcription :
    https://harshaneeyam.in/2024/02/16/bellos/
    David won the first Man Booker International Prize in 2005 for his translation of works by Albanian author Ismail Kadare.
    He was educated at Oxford and teaches French and Comparative Literature at Princeton, where he also directs the Program in Translation and Intercultural Communication. He has written biographies of Georges Perec and Jacques Tati that have been translated into many languages and an introduction to translation studies, Is That A Fish in Your Ear? He has translated numerous authors from French (Perec, Vargas, Kadare, Simenon, Antelme, Fournel) and offers a new understanding of the extraordinary life and work of Romain Gary in Romain Gary A Tall Story. His latest book is a study of Victor Hugo’s masterpiece, Les Misérables.
    His latest Publication is about the History of Copyright.
    Use the following link to buy the book - "Is that a fish in your ear'
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    https://complit.princeton.edu/people/david-bellos
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    • 28 min
    అనువాదకులు లక్ష్మణ శాస్త్రి - ‘నా పేరు గౌహర్ జాన్’ నవల గురించి

    అనువాదకులు లక్ష్మణ శాస్త్రి - ‘నా పేరు గౌహర్ జాన్’ నవల గురించి

    గుంటూరు కుమార లక్ష్మణ శాస్త్రి గారు.  ఎల్ ఐ సీ లో అధికారిగా పనిచేస్తున్నారు. హిందుస్తానీ సంగీతం మీద ప్రత్యేకమైన ఆసక్తి  వుంది. పుస్తకపఠనం అనువాదం  ఇతర అభిరుచులు  కాకినాడ వాస్తవ్యులు. ఆంగ్ల రచయిత విక్రమ్ సంపత్ రచించిన‘ మై నేమ్  ఈస్ గౌహర్ జాన్’ ‘బ్రేవ్ హార్ట్స్ ఆఫ్ భారత్’  రెండిటినీ ఇంగ్లీష్ నించి తెలుగులోకి అనువదించి గోదావరి ప్రచురణల ద్వారా అందుబాటులోకి తీసుకొస్తున్నారు. 16 వ తారీఖు హైదరాబాద్ బుక్ ఫెయిర్ లో  విక్రమ్ సంపత్ సమక్షంలో ఈ పుస్తకావిష్కరణ జరుగుతుంది. . 
    లక్ష్మణ శాస్త్రి గారు  అనువదించిన ఫ్రెంచ్ రచయిత ‘మొపాసా’ కథలు కూడా  ‘వెన్నెల స్నానం’  పేరుతో పుస్తక రూపంలో త్వరలో  అందుబాటులోకి రానున్నాయి. 
    ఆయన ఈ సంభాషణలో భాగంగా తన అనువాదాల  గురించీ,సుప్రసిద్ధ హిందుస్తానీ గాయని  గౌహర్ జహాన్ గురించీ మాట్లాడారు. 

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    • 45 min
    సాయి వంశీ - 'మైక్రో కథలు'

    సాయి వంశీ - 'మైక్రో కథలు'

    సాయి వంశీ యువ రచయిత మంచి చదువరి. ఆయన  రాసిన మైక్రో కథలు అనే తన మొదటి పుస్తకం ఈ మధ్యనే రిలీజ్ అయ్యింది. కథలు రాయడం చదవడం కాకుండా సారంగ వెబ్ పత్రిక లో ‘కథల పొద్దు’ అనే శీర్షిక ద్వారా వంశీ యువరచయితలను పరిచయం  చేస్తారు. తాను చదివిన పుస్తకాలను విశదంగా ఫేస్బుక్ ద్వారా పరిచయం చేస్తారు. ఈ ఎపిసోడ్ లో ‘మైక్రో కథలు’ పుస్తకం గురించి, సమకాలీన తెలుగు కథాసాహిత్యం గురించి వంశీ మనతో మాట్లాడారు. 
    మైక్రో కథలు పుస్తకం కోసం సంప్రదించండి:
    గూండ్ల వెంకటనారాయణ - 7032553063
    వెల: 150 + 30 (పోస్టల్ ఛార్జీలు)

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    • 39 min

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