By Susan Harris
PEN has just announced the winners of the 2010 translation awards, and we're delighted to see three of our translators on the list. Congratulations to Peter Golub, awarded for his translations of the Russian flash-fiction writer Linor Goralnik; Chip Rossetti, recognized for his translation of a collection of short stories by the Egyptian writer Mohamad Makhzangi, and Bilal Tanweer, who won for a book by the master Urdu humorist Muhammad Khalid Akhtar. Details and the list of winners here.
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