The entire course fee is S$6,000 for the 12-month programme which includes working with four different established professionals in the field of literary translation to complete a sample of about three chapters or 5,000 words and a synopsis package.
All applications for SALT must arrive no later than 10 February 2019, 2359 hours. Late and incomplete applications will not be accepted. Only shortlisted candidates will be notified by 10 March.
>Sample of translated workPlease provide, as a PDF, a sample of work you have translated together with the original text. The translation should be between 500 to 2,000 words or characters in the original language.
>Sample of creative writingPlease provide, as a PDF, a 500 word or character sample of an original piece of creative writing you have done. This could be a poem, fiction, essays, or creative non-fiction in either English or Chinese.
>Portfolio list if applicablePlease list any published (both print and online) works you may have written or translated. Your list should include the title of the article and the collection or portal it was published in if applicable, and the date of publication.
More details about the NAC grant is available at:https://www.nac.gov.sg/whatwedo/support/funding/capabilitydevelopmentgrant/overview.html
and for Ministry of Communications and Information Translation Talent Development Scheme at: https://www.mci.gov.sg/careers-grants/ttds.
SALT is jointly organised by Tender Leaves Translation and the Singapore Book Council ("Organisers"). Successful applicants will be informed by 10 March 2019.
2. I hereby acknowledge that Tender Leaves and Singapore Book Council reserve the right to approve applications for SALT. The decision of the panel is final and not subject to appeal.
3. I agree to submit any further information or explanation upon request.