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Issue Details: First known date: 2009 November 2009 of Sydney Pen Magazine est. 2008
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* Contents derived from the 2009 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
Denise Leith Honored for Commitment to PEN Ideals, Bonny Cassidy , 2009 single work column (p. 3)
Past Success Promises a Solid Future, Michael Walker , 2009 single work column (p. 4-5)
A Champion of Human Rights and Freedom of Speech, Michael Walker , 2009 single work column (p. 6-7)
Anthology a Milestone in our Literary Landscape, Sandra Symons , 2009 single work column (p. 8-9)
Creation of an Anthology : The Re-enactment of Australian Literature, Debra Adelaide , 2009 single work column
A symposium, Australian Literary Futures, was held at the State Library of NSW on August 1 to mark the publication of The Macquarie PEN Anthology of Australian Literature. The symposium, presented in association with Macquarie University and Sydney PEN brought together authors, scholars and editors to discuss the significance of Australian literature for contemporary readers, in schools, universities, and for different audiences here and around the world. This report by Debra Adelaide, Amanda Hoh and Gemma Black covers some of the key sessions.
(p. 10)
Creation of an Anthology : How Do You Fit 200 Years of Literature Into One Volume?, Amanda Hoh , 2009 single work column
A symposium, Australian Literary Futures, was held at the State Library of NSW on August 1 to mark the publication of The Macquarie PEN Anthology of Australian Literature. The symposium, presented in association with Macquarie University and Sydney PEN brought together authors, scholars and editors to discuss the significance of Australian literature for contemporary readers, in schools, universities, and for different audiences here and around the world. This report by Debra Adelaide, Amanda Hoh and Gemma Black covers some of the key sessions.
(p. 11-12)
Creation of an Anthology : Australian Literature on the International Stage, Gemma Black , 2009 single work column (p. 12)
Australian Voices in Germany : The Translation of Anna Funder's Stasiland into German, Leah Gerber , 2009 single work criticism

The 3rd Conference of the International Association for Translation & Intercultural Studies (IATIS) was held at Monash University, Melbourne, in July 2009. The theme of the conference was 'Mediation & Conflict: Translation and Culture in a Global Context' and embraced such topics as cultural translation, the translator/interpreter as cultural broker in a trans-national world, the role of literary translation in challenging or reinforcing cultural difference, new media in translation, and political and ideological dimensions of translation. This is an excerpt from a paper presented by Dr Leah Gerber, of Monash University.


Many German publishers were unwilling to publish a German translation of Stasiland because the subject matter remained sensitive at the time of the book’s release. When the translation finally appeared, some German readers demanded to know why Funder thought she had the right to write about German history. The act of translation was also complex, as has been discussed by literary translation scholar Leah Gerber in this essay. Just one example is that Funder interviewed subjects in German, but then translated the interviews into English. “One of the key challenges posed to the translator,” Gerber notes, “is how to present a ‘reversed’ translation situation.”

(p. 20-26)
A Legacy of Her Own, Annie Dang , 2009 single work biography (p. 34-35)

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