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Updated November 2019
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The Think in Translation podcast is a literature podcast series featuring international authors, translators, publishers and booksellers, with the aim of making translated books accessible to all readers. Created by Vagabond Voices Publishing with the support of The Space and Creative Scotland. We post new episodes every second Thursday, starting 29 March. Twitter: @VagabondVoices Facebook: @vagabond.voices #ThinkInTranslation vagabondvoices.co.uk/think-in-translation
 
The Think in Translation podcast is a literature podcast series featuring international authors, translators, publishers and booksellers, with the aim of making translated books accessible to all readers. Created by Vagabond Voices Publishing with the support of The Space and Creative Scotland. We post new episodes every second Thursday, starting 29 March. Twitter: @VagabondVoices Facebook: @vagabond.voices #ThinkInTranslation vagabondvoices.co.uk/think-in-translation
 
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Anything language goes! Let's Talk Talk is a Pop-linguistics based discussion podcast where the goal is easy consumption of language topics in a fun way for folks who aren't language scientists.
 
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When Adam Freudenheim took over Pushkin Press in 2012, he did so with the aim to start a imprint that focused on children’s books in translation – something he felt passionately about after seeking new and inspiring titles for his own children. That imprint is now something that sets Pushkin apart from other publishers, but with an impressive l ...…
 
When Adam Freudenheim took over Pushkin Press in 2012, he did so with the aim to start a imprint that focused on children’s books in translation – something he felt passionately about after seeking new and inspiring titles for his own children. That imprint is now something that sets Pushkin apart from other publishers, but with an impressive l ...…
 
Katy Derbyshire’s skilful interpretations have made her a favourite amongst readers of German books in translation. Amongst her many works is Bricks and Mortar, originally written in German by Clemens Meyer, which was published in English by Fitzcarraldo Editions and longlisted for the 2017 Man Booker International. Katy came to translation tan ...…
 
Katy Derbyshire’s skilful interpretations have made her a favourite amongst readers of German books in translation. Amongst her many works is Bricks and Mortar, originally written in German by Clemens Meyer, which was published in English by Fitzcarraldo Editions and longlisted for the 2017 Man Booker International. Katy came to translation tan ...…
 
How does language shape us? In the face of a growing globalised culture that can sometimes feel uniform, many people are seeking ways to maintain and express their individuality. Language – its history, structure and nuances – is one way in which we can explore our roots: it can help us remember who we are and what makes us unique. In this epis ...…
 
How does language shape us? In the face of a growing globalised culture that can sometimes feel uniform, many people are seeking ways to maintain and express their individuality. Language – its history, structure and nuances – is one way in which we can explore our roots: it can help us remember who we are and what makes us unique. In this epis ...…
 
What exactly does a translator do? Despite the Man Booker International literary prize and other initiatives acknowledging the important role translators play in bringing foreign literature to readers, there’s still little understanding of what's actually involved in the craft of translation. In this episode, Matthew Hyde, who translates from R ...…
 
What exactly does a translator do? Despite the Man Booker International literary prize and other initiatives acknowledging the important role translators play in bringing foreign literature to readers, there’s still little understanding of what's actually involved in the craft of translation. In this episode, Matthew Hyde, who translates from R ...…
 
In this episode Latvian writer Pauls Bankovskis explores the delightful strangeness one can find in translated works. He also discusses the author-translator relationship, and what it's like to read his own novels in translation – including the feeling he gets when a translation is right (even if he can't read in the target language). Since 199 ...…
 
In this episode Latvian writer Pauls Bankovskis explores the delightful strangeness one can find in translated works. He also discusses the author-translator relationship, and what it's like to read his own novels in translation – including the feeling he gets when a translation is right (even if he can't read in the target language). Since 199 ...…
 
We've established that reading in translation can change the way you think about the world. In this episode we elaborate on that and go on to explore what it means to be in a gatekeeper position: as publishers and booksellers we have a responsibility to bring diverse voices to our readers. It's Episode Two, so we have two guests. Annie Rutherfo ...…
 
We've established that reading in translation can change the way you think about the world. In this episode we elaborate on that and go on to explore what it means to be in a gatekeeper position: as publishers and booksellers we have a responsibility to bring diverse voices to our readers. It's Episode Two, so we have two guests. Annie Rutherfo ...…
 
We start the series with Allan Cameron, the founder of Vagabond Voices, translator of 24 books, and a writer himself. His most recent novel, Cinico, is a fictional translation of an Italian journalist's travelogue in Scotland. In this episode Allan talks about his favourite work of translation, the role translated work has in politics and shapi ...…
 
We start the series with Allan Cameron, the founder of Vagabond Voices, translator of 24 books, and a writer himself. His most recent novel, Cinico, is a fictional translation of an Italian journalist's travelogue in Scotland. In this episode Allan talks about his favourite work of translation, the role translated work has in politics and shapi ...…
 
You ever been aksed a question? What about asked one? I’d be willing to bet it’s both. Let’s take a quick look at metathesis and why it’s not necessary to use it to judge people’s intelligence.By Seth Wilson
 
You ever kiss a person and think, “What if this is a language sound?” Us neither. Turns out it is! Let’s take a look at cool sounds in language together.By Seth Wilson
 
Well, since we are talking about time, let’s apply it to language! In this episode, Seth talks grammatical tense, aspect, and mood. So, let’s talk talk!By Seth Wilson
 
Guest Chris Tatem Host of weekly podcast, questioning guests who defend controversial positions. https://t.co/W1Wqxtj49N is the podcast that improves how we disagree. #AskMoreQs Chris Tatem (@CELpodcast) on Twitter Cross Examined Life Podcast Are you ever in an argument and feel like you just can’t get your message across? Us too. That’s why we ...…
 
This episode, some of humanity’s oldest emergent phenomena (music and language) go head-to-head once again in similarity and contrast! Join our conversation while we deep dive into a little theory here and there in regard to both of these cool topics. * _ _Note* Seth says “Moonlight” in the show but clearly means “La La Land.” Sorry for the con ...…
 
Ever see those really long words in foreign languages? Why does that happen? Well, sometimes it’s because of agglutination. Let’s take a short look at this system in this episode of Talk Tidbits!By Seth Wilson
 
Guest Tom Stewart Linguist. Author→ Contemporary Morphological Theories: A User’s Guide (EdinburghUP 2016) #morphology historical #linguistics language contact #gaelic #gàidhlig Tom Stewart (@_morphologist) on Twitter www.linkedin.com Sheep? Sheep s? Man? Man s? Who can keep up? In this episode, we deep dive into Morphology with our guest, Prof ...…
 
Guest Kristen Wilson Currently reading - The Couple Next Door by Shari Lapena Kristen Wilson (@kriskros2010) | Twitter the bluebird wanders Happy Mother’s Day! In this Talk Tidbit, Kristen and Seth talk about why so many languages call Mom, “mom!”By Seth Wilson
 
Guest David J. Peterson Conlanger, writer, and artist. Current projects: Game of Thrones (HBO), The 100 (CW), Into the Badlands (AMC). Author of The Art of Language Invention. David J. Peterson | Language Creator · Author · Artist David J. Peterson (@Dedalvs) on Twitter The man who created the languages of “Game of Thrones” tells us that we’re ...…
 
Guest Mark Sundaram Interdisciplinarian, philologist, medievalist, academic, #wordnerd; I make videos & podcasts about words, history, and literature. Married to @AvenSarah. he/him The Endless Knot Mark Sundaram (@Alliterative) | Twitter Holy Cow to Beef, Batman! Beef and Cow come from the same root word?! This week, we have Mark Sundaram & Ave ...…
 
What is “IT” truly that’s raining outside? The sky? The weather? Goblins? Let’s find out! This Talk Tidbit explores why we sometimes use “dummy pronouns” in English. Music Provided by: www.Bensound.com (track title: the lounge)By Seth Wilson
 
We have our first “Talk Tidbit” this week! You ever catch your self apologizing for apologizing? In this short episode, we discuss Contronyms (words that mean their own opposites) and why they happen! Music Provided (the lounge) by: http://www.bensound.com/By Seth Wilson
 
Guest @Jayjacksonmusic https://t.co/r5dxImjTcJ?amp=1 What a show! Is a basketball only for sports? Why does a woman need a title that tells her marital status?! This week we have Comedian Jared Lowry talking with us about performance identity and language (we also have Jay Jackson in the studio).By Seth Wilson
 
Guest Ismar Muhic Is Danish just Norwegian with a mouth full of potatoes? Does speaking more than one language have a downside? What country had the best Vikings? Let’s find out on this episode of Let’s Talk Talk with Ismar Muhic, a Linguist coming out of St. Johns, Newfoundland in Canada. So, Let’s talk talk.…
 
Today we have a short little episode reminding the folks at home that the Irish Language still exists! And it’s cool too.By Seth Wilson
 
Guest Kayla Esmond I’m friends with your cat. Kayla Esmond (@Kaylawaa) on Twitter kaylaesmond Well, we are certainly NSFW this episode! Ever wonder why folks get offended at COMEDY? Us too. This week, we talk to Comedian and Actor Kayla Esmond about the Performing Arts and Language. Let’s Talk Talk’s version of 2 Truths & A Lie in the is episod ...…
 
Guest Kristen Wilson Currently reading - The Couple Next Door by Shari Lapena Kristen Wilson (@kriskros2010) | Twitter the bluebird wanders Holy Cow! You sure you know your Star Wars? How about your grammar? This week, we have fitness blogger and television news producer, Kristen Wilson, on the show to discuss the four big components of Linguis ...…
 
Guest Jared Wilson Sleepypimpdaddy (@sleepypimpdaddy) on Twitter Are you ready to get “turnt” for linguistics?! Yeah, us too. I bet you probably thought once or twice about the Tower of Babel too - just like us. Join in on the conversation as your host, Seth Wilson, discusses Humans and Language with Archaeologist Jared Wilson on this week’s ep ...…
 
We got you, “fam.” This week, we have Music Theorist Matt Moore on the show discussing the intimate and intricate relationship between the origins of language and the origins of music. Plenty of knowledge and dank memes for everyone!By Seth Wilson
 
Guest Jay Jackson Producer, musician, comic, MC, radio host, writer. Passionate about justice, people, politics, and nerd stuff, and you’re just gonna have to deal. Holla at me. Jay Jackson (@jayjacksonmusic) on Twitter Jay Jackson Entertainment Are men too rude? Are women too polite? Let’s find out! Comedian, Musician, and Entertainer - Jay Ja ...…
 
Guest John Michael Cronin Comedian specializing in comedic comedy. John Michael Cronin (@JohnMCronin) on Twitter John Michael Cronin | Facebook For every use of “ORDINAL DIRECTION” heard in this show, just pretend to yourself that you are hearing “RELATIVE DIRECTION." You ever wonder why love is a battlefield? This week we have Comedian John Mi ...…
 
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