Marsh Coverage

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Forget the cheesemakers, blessed are translators - The Herald

More coverage of the Marsh Award, from Scotland's HERALD, in a piece by Rosemary Goring:

Last week it was announced that Anna Paterson, a Swedish medic turned translator who has lived in Scotland for many years, had been shortlisted for a prestigious prize: the Marsh Award for Children's Literature in Translation. This column went to press before the winner was announced, but perhaps more important than whether or not Paterson carried off the prize is the fact that translation of children's books is being recognised as a serious literary realm...

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