INTERVIEW WITH DAVID FRENCH

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The Witcher games and series have been on everyone’s lips for some time now and I’ve got a real treat for you! Here’s my interview with David French, the translator of the Witcher books from Polish into English. David has translated six books by Andrzej Sapkowski and he’s working on another three now. As it happens, we live in the same town! This year, I’ve […]

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BOOK EDITING AND PUBLISHING – LESSONS LEARNED

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In my previous text, I told you what I learned studying book editing and publishing at university. I also mentioned a couple of areas that still need improving. Today’s article is also based on my recent university experience, but with a slightly more tongue-in-cheek approach. When I was at school, I liked to note down my teachers’ “words of wisdom”. Sometimes these adages were more […]

BOOK EDITING AND PUBLISHING – WHAT DID I LEARN AT UNIVERSITY?

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With my inner inclination towards being an eternal student, I’ve always wholeheartedly endorsed the idea of lifelong learning. As a translator, I cannot survive a day without learning something new, but apparently that’s not enough for me. That’s why I enrolled on a post-graduate course in book editing and publishing last year, and I have just officially earned my diploma. I did the course at […]

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WHAT TRANSLATORS (ARE) LIKE

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As we were trying to come up with some subjects to cover in our blog, our friend said she would like to read about the things that annoy, irritate, and drive translators mad. We’ll write about that soon for sure, but we’ve decided to start with something positive. So, today’s post is about what translators like and enjoy most. Let’s begin with a disclaimer: by […]