In June 2018, a campaign was launched to fund Translating Feminisms, which translates works by female Asian writers. Photo: courtesy of Tilted Axis Press In June 2018, a campaign was launched to fund Translating Feminisms, which translates works by female Asian writers. Photo: courtesy of Tilted Axis Press
In June 2018, a campaign was launched to fund Translating Feminisms, which translates works by female Asian writers. Photo: courtesy of Tilted Axis Press

Asian women writers gain a wider audience thanks to translations of their work crowdfunded by a British publisher

  • A publisher’s first Kickstarter campaign to showcase the works of Tamil, Korean, Nepalese and Vietnamese poets was so successful, it’s back for a second round
  • ‘The more visible and the more heard the voices of diverse individuals and communities, the more inclusive and fairer our society will be,’ one translator says

Topic |   Books and Literature
In June 2018, a campaign was launched to fund Translating Feminisms, which translates works by female Asian writers. Photo: courtesy of Tilted Axis Press In June 2018, a campaign was launched to fund Translating Feminisms, which translates works by female Asian writers. Photo: courtesy of Tilted Axis Press
In June 2018, a campaign was launched to fund Translating Feminisms, which translates works by female Asian writers. Photo: courtesy of Tilted Axis Press
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