This week we’re talking with Deborah Smith, translator and founder of Tilted Axis Press, about using Kickstarter to crowdfund the translation and publication of work which might otherwise not see the light of day.
You can subscribe to the podcast on Soundcloud, iTunes or using your favourite podcast app.
We spoke to Deborah Smith, translator and founder of Tilted Axis, about using Kickstarter to crowdfund the publication of their new chapbook series, Translating Feminisms.
Hosted by Simon Jones, writer and Digital Marketing Manager at the National Centre for Writing.
Issue 51 of In Other Words includes an interview with Deborah: https://nationalcentreforwriting.org.uk/ncw-publications/in-other-words/
East Anglian Book Awards: https://nationalcentreforwriting.org.uk/east-anglian-book-awards/
NCW job openings: https://nationalcentreforwriting.org.uk/get-involved/join-the-team/
Tilted Axis Press: https://www.tiltedaxispress.com/
Tilted Axis ‘Translating Feminisms’ Kickstarter: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/71029616/translating-feminisms-poetry-chapbooks-from-across
Sarah Perry in The Guardian: https://www.theguardian.com/books/2018/apr/27/sarah-perry-novelist-literary-award-prize-winning-debut-writer
Dragon Hall residency opportunities: https://nationalcentreforwriting.org.uk/residencies/
Music by Bennet Maples: http://sonicfruit.co.uk/
You may also like...
Writing the grotesque body with Heather Parry
In this episode of The Writing Life podcast, author Heather Parry discusses writing the grotesque body and reimagining gothic tropes.
19th February 2024
Writing and chronic illness with Polly Atkin
In this episode of The Writing Life podcast, author Polly Atkin discusses writing and navigating the publishing industry as a chronically ill person.
5th February 2024
‘Becoming Extrovert: The Secret Life of Translators’ by Sim Wai-chew
Enjoy this commission from virtual NCW resident Wai-chew Sim on extroversion and the ways that languages borrow from, and feed into, one another.
1st February 2024