Nataly Kelly travelled all the way from Boston USA to join us for a workshop on the poetry of Marķa Clara Sharupi Jua from Ecuador. Our translations are the first time that poetry from Shuar has been translated into English.
We're looking for a freelance Project Manager to work with us between January and March 2012.
The PTC has a long-established relationship with the Somali community and we're delighted that, in partnership with Somali Week Festival 2011, we'll be hosting a series of readings with leading Somali poets
We're delighted to announce that Arts Council England has generously agreed to fund our Persian Poets' Tour that will take place in spring 2012.
We were thrilled when the editors of Saraba online magazine, based in Nigeria, asked us to allow them to create a chapbook of our translations. The resulting The World Salad is now available for download.
Translating poetry can seem like a daunting prospect, so we've inaugurating a series of innovative workshops aimed at Arabic and Somali speakers.
You can now buy our beautiful dual-language postcards featuring poems by eight of our most popular poets.
Arts Council England announced today that the PTC has been chosen as a National Portfolio Organisation. This means our funding is secure until 2015.
In our workshops recently we've translated three new poets who come from three countries that are new to us and who write in three languages we've never translated before.
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