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    July 18, 2007

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    Mike Artherton

    Nice stuff... tough to keep track of all that is happening. I end up reading 100 odd blogs daily. Plus there is news. You could also enrich your blog by adding current news on your blog... try out the news widget from widgetmate.com

    Estelle Gilson

    As a translator, like many of those you have interviewed, I have chosen to translate works I love and think should appear in English.

    However, the task of transforming a beloved manuscript into a published book is often
    very difficult. Publishers of translations are hard to come by.

    It would be interesting to know how other translators have dealt with less appealing aspect of the translation process.


    Thanks,
    Estelle Gilson

    Mark Ulyseas

    We are looking for emerging writers who may want to write for our magazine Voices Today to be launched from Bali, Indonesia, very soon. Our present list of writers are from Greenpeace, India, Norway, USA, Indonesia, Australia and Jordan. Voices Today is a platform for voices that need to be heard - struggling writers/poets/painters/ rice farmers/prostitutes/intellectuals/bus drivers/etc. Please do contact us.Mark Ulyseas, Editor, Voices Today, Bali, Indonesia. editor@voicestoday.net

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