The 2014 Best Translated Book Award nominees have been announced! Bang it here for complete descriptions of all 25 titles.
Missed our peek at what each of this year’s Best Translated Book Award novels looks like around the globe? Click here for part five, and then work your way backwards.
Missed our look at this year’s crop of nominated translators? Click here for part five, and then work your way backward.
Missed our Beyond the Best Translated Book Award article where we highlighted 20 more translations from 2013 that are worth checking out? Click here to browse the list.
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If you missed part one of this series where we looked at Mahi Binebine, Mircea Cărtărescu, Orly Castel-Bloom, Stig Dagerman, and Elena Ferrante click here.
Featuring 25 books from 20 different countries published by 23 different houses and written by 25 different translators and authors, this year’s Best Translated Book Award is one of the most diverse ever. Below we take a closer look at the nominated men and women from around the globe who wrote something special in their own language, and then teamed with a skilled translator, saw their original vision brought to life for a whole new audience.