Epiphany Magazine is running a translation contest this year, judged by Ann Goldstein of Elena Ferrante and Primo Levi fame. The top prize comes with $400 and publication in the magazine ($100 and publication for the runner-up). The $20 submission fee also nets you a year’s subscription. You’ll find details and instructions on the Epiphany website. (Where the instructions say to confirm “permission of the author,” I suggest you provide confirmation that the translation rights are available, since translation rights can legally be assigned only to magazines and publishing houses, not to translators, and must be assigned by the holder of these rights, who in many cases is not the author.) Deadline for submissions is Feb. 20, 2017.