Tag Archives: publishing

An Italian literary translator with 22 years of experience leaves the profession …

… and responds to a job offer from a publisher who doesn’t know he no longer works as a translator. Dear […], Yes, you’ve reached me at the correct address. Thank you for the offer of a translation project. Reluctantly, … Continue reading

Posted in Notes from No Peanuts!, Resistance, Respect, The Sustainable Translator | Tagged , , | 1 Comment

Keeping Up with the ISBN/Coppola Case – Some recent online press

BREAKING: As of 27 July 2015, ISBN Edizioni has filed for bankruptcy. Italian writers/translators with claims should go to STradE’s info page to find out how to proceed: FALLIMENTO DI ISBN EDIZIONI SRL The case of the (apparently) bankrupt Italian publisher, … Continue reading

Posted in Notes from No Peanuts!, Resistance, Respect | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

Massimo Coppola’s Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Week

Massimo Coppola’s “big explanation” for what happened at ISBN Edizioni is too little, too late … and too typical. In the end, Massimo Coppola, the publisher of the embattled (and, apparently, now officially defunct) Italian independent publisher, ISBN Edizioni, rolled … Continue reading

Posted in Notes from No Peanuts!, Resistance, The Sustainable Translator | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment