Apply Now for Goethe-Institut Translator’s Residencies in Germany

The Goethe-Institut – in cooperation with the Alfred Toepfer Foundation and the Cultural Foundation of the Free State of Saxony – offers six residencies of six to eight weeks (each of which comes with a €1500 fellowship) for experienced translators from German into any language. The residencies are held either in Dresden-Hellerau or at Gut Siggen, a manor house (now conference center) on the Baltic Sea, between March and December. To qualify, you must already have published two books in translation, and must be under contract for the book you propose to translate during the residency. You’ll find more information on the Goethe-Institut website, or write to Andreas Schmohl with any questions. Applications for this year’s residencies are due on Feb. 28, 2018.

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