| FDU MFA Faculty & TLR Editor Minna Proctor Moderates Translation Panel at ALTA
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FDU MFA Faculty & TLR Editor Minna Proctor Moderates Translation Panel at ALTA

FDU MFA Faculty & TLR Editor Minna Proctor Moderates Translation Panel at ALTA

ALTA38: Reviewing Translation, 10/29/2015

A panel of reviewers and magazine editors discuss the processes behind whether or not a book in translation gets reviewed and some of the complications in reviewing international literature. They share practical solutions for improving the chances of getting a title reviewed, and answer questions from the audience.

Minna Proctor is the Editor of The Literary Review and teaches creative nonfiction and literary translation at Fairleigh Dickinson University. She is the author of Do You Hear What I Hear?, an investigation of the concept of religious calling. She translates from Italian and writes frequently about literature and photography. She is working on a collection of personal essays about conflict, dramatic structure, and resolution.

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