From Our Lips to Your Ears: How Interpreters Are Changing the World

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Καλημέρα και καλή εβδομάδα. Μόλις έλαβα το παρακάτω μήνυμα από την ΠΕΜ (www.pem.gr)... ίσως σας ενδιαφέρει...

***CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS***

July 18, 2007

Dear Interpreter,


What an important job you do each day, and what fascinating tales you must have to tell about the people you’ve encountered, the conversations you’ve interpreted, and most importantly, the lives you’ve touched.

Now, you have the perfect opportunity to share these stories in an enduring publication, so that others may read them for years to come. The only question is this: which of the many stories you’ve saved up over the years will you decide to share with the world?

The FAQ and Guidelines at the official website, www.fromourlips.com, will help you choose, and will also show you how to ensure the best chance of publication in an exciting new book that is all about you and your important work:

From Our Lips to Your Ears: How Interpreters are Changing the World

The project website will provide you with all of the information you need. Here are some of the basics:

·Interpreters working in all settings are encouraged to submit stories.

·Stories should aim to provide readers with a greater understanding of the importance of interpreters’ work

·Submissions are accepted online, via email and via postal mail, starting on July 18, 2007.

·The final deadline for submissions is December 3, 2007.

If you have questions after reviewing the information on the website, feel free to contact me, and I will be happy to attend to your concerns. As additional questions from potential contributors are received, the FAQ, Guidelines and related materials will also be updated accordingly.

It is both an honor and a pleasure to be working on this exciting project, in the hopes that it will help bring greater recognition to interpreters everywhere.

 
Respectfully,

Nataly Kelly, Editor

From Our Lips to Your Ears

"Only Love can leave such a... Mark!"


 

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