Bits and Pieces

By Eric Abrahamsen, published

We've made a few additions to the site recently, so please have a look around. The first is a directory of translators, to make it easier for publishers to locate appropriate translators; that list will be growing filters and searches over the next couple of weeks. The second is resources sections aimed at both publishers and translators, with frequently asked questions, and general background information. We want to expand these sections as much as possible, so please do leave suggestions in the comments here or on the resources themselves, or email us.


# 1.   

This is excellent.

What I'd like to see is a sample copy of a copyright permission statement - one that has the correct corresponding legal terminology in Chinese and English and that will satisfy Chinese authors and foreign publishers alike.

jdmartinsen, April 21, 2009, 2:43a.m.

# 2.   

Very good point... Most people should know about PEN's resources in this direction, but you're right, something China-specific would be great. Onto the list it goes. Bug me if I don't do it!

Eric Abrahamsen, April 22, 2009, 8:43p.m.


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