The Award that Puts Translators’ Names at the Top

It made our day to see Marie NDiaye’s All My Friends in the current issue of The New York Review of Books. This is our first-ever appearance in that hallowed space, and it comes as part of the French-American Foundation’s advertisement for its translation prize.

The cool thing about this award is that it’s specifically for the translators, so have a look at the ad—the translators’ names are on top and they’re in bold. Wow!

Congrats to all the finalists. And this is a great time to say that we’ll be doing another Stump/NDiaye collaboration in the fall. Called Self-Portrait in Green, it’s our second book by NDiaye, and if you liked All My Friends, you’ll definitely want to be in on this one.


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