These awards honour and acknowledge contributions made to literary culture by Australian translators
The NSW Premier's Translation Prize is offered every two years by the NSW Government through Arts NSW and Multicultural NSW in association with Sydney PEN.The prize is intended to acknowledge the contribution made to literary culture by Australian translators. It is offered only to translators who translate works into English from other languages.
This prize honours a creative work which deals with issues of multiculturalism and cultural diversity or immigration and settlement.
This prize offers acknowledgement, encouragement and financial support to translators in the first ten years of their practice.
Authors, translators, publishers and producers are invited to submit their work. Entry is by nomination. Nomination forms, conditions of entry and eligibility criteria are available from the website.
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