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NEW YORK (AP) - A novel from Poland and a collection of Japanese poetry have received prizes for best translations.
Wieslaw (WEEZ’-law) Mysliwski’s (miz-LEW’-skeez) “Stone Upon Stone” was translated from Polish by Bill Johnson. It won in fiction for the Best Translated Book Award.
Kiwao (KEE’-wow) Nomura’s (no-MOO’-rahz) “Spectacle & Pigsty” was translated by Kyoko (kee-‘YO-ko) Yoshida (yo-SHEE’-da) and Forrest Gander. It won for poetry.
Winning authors and translators will divide $20,000 in prize money donated by Amazon.com.
The awards were announced Friday by Three Percent, an online resource for international literature based at the University of Rochester.
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