NETA 2018 - Evening of Bilingual Readings Sign-up Form
New for 2018, a committee is organizing an Evening of Bilingual Readings event for the Friday evening before the annual conference.

Date: Friday, April 27
Time: 6:00pm
Location: Hotel Lounge
Double Tree Club by Hilton, Boston Bayside
240 Mt. Vernon Street (on UMass Boston campus)

NETA's new Evening of Bilingual Readings event for the 2018 conference is inspired by the Bilingual Reading Series that ALTA organizes as part of its annual conference, but ours will be less formal.

The Bilingual Reading is intended to serve as a pre-conference event where translators can share their works and get to know other conference attendees in an informal setting. There is no additional registration fee to participate in this event.

- The reading should consist of a work you translated.
- The reading is bilingual and will need two people to participate. One of the reading languages must be English. Please let us know in the form below if you do not have a partner to read with you. We can try to pair you with someone or pick someone from the audience at the event.
- The translation for the reading can be of any genre.
- There is a limit of 10 minutes per reading. (You and your reading partner can divide the 10 minutes however you would like between the two languages.)
- You may only sign up once to read a work that you translated, but you may participate as the reading partner for another translator more than once.

Email address *
Translator's Last Name *
Your answer
Translator's First Name *
Your answer
Original Author's Full Name *
Your answer
Original Author's Country *
Your answer
Original Text's Language *
Your answer
Genre *
Theme or Sub-genre *
Please indicate the theme(s) or sub-genre(s) for the text you will read. (Ex. Biography, Memoir, Crime, Detective, Sci-Fi, Short Story, Historical Fiction, Essay, Philosophy, Fable, 19th Century, 20th Century, Magical Realism, etc.)
Your answer
Do you have a reading partner already? *
If you do not have a reading partner then we can help you find one.
A copy of your responses will be emailed to the address you provided.
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