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Poetry readings and a conversation to explore and problematise 'mother language' and 'indigenous language' with Menna Elfyn, Ifor ap Glyn, Siân Northey. Grug Muse, Ned Thomas, Elin Haf Gruffydd Jones and others.

The event is co-organised by Wales PEN Cymru, PEN International, Wales Literature Exchange, Literature Across Frontiers, The Learned Society of Wales, Mercator and the University of Wales Trinity Saint David.


Cyfnewidfa Lên Cymru

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Cyffordd gyfieithu yw Cyfnewidfa Lên Cymru sy'n cysylltu awduron, cyfieithwyr a chyhoeddwyr yng Nghymru a thramor.

Asiantaeth fechan ydym sy'n ffenest rhwng Cymru a'r byd: yn hwyluso gwerthu hawliau cyfieithu, yn gweinyddu grantiau cyfieithu ar gyfer cyhoeddwyr, yn weithdy sy'n tynnu ynghyd awduron a chyfieithwyr, yn llyfrgell o gyfieithiadau, ac yn guradur digwyddiadau llenyddol rhyngwladol.

Mae cyfieithu llenyddol yn chwarae rhan hanfodol mewn ecoleg bregus. Mae parch at bobl a'u cyd-destun yn y byd yn hanfodol wrth gyfnewid diwylliant. Rydym yn ymdrechu i deithio mewn modd ymwybodol, gan holi'n gyson pam a sut.

 

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Wales Literature Exchange is the translation junction connecting writers, translators and publishers in Wales and abroad.

Wales Literature Exchange is committed to literary translation as a necessary element in a delicate ecology. Respect for human relations and their context in the world are vital to international exchange, and so we travel consciously, always asking why and how.

The Exchange is small, but many things: an agency facilitating the sale of translation rights, a translation grant fund for publishers, a workshop bringing together writers and translators, a library of translations, and a curator of translation events. In essence, we are a window between Wales and the world.

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