Fiction in translation
By Bibiana Mas.
On International Translation Day I would like to take this opportunity to reflect on the challenges of publishing books in translation, a piece I wrote for Hopscotch magazine.
I would also like to take this opportunity to thank the wonderful work that translators do. Without them, our imaginary world would be too small and too grey a place.
International Translation Week. Martha Tennent & Maruxa Relaño.With International Translation Day coming up tomorrow, we also want to celebrate the contributions translators make to breaking down language barriers by introducing you to Martha Tennent and Maruxa Relaño, who have beautifully translated Deadlands by Núria Bendicho for 3TimesRebel.0 comments
International Translation Week. Kristin Addis.We are in Translation Week and we want to create conversations and recognise translation professionals, which are becoming increasingly essential in order for us to be able to enjoy all the amazing international literature that is out there worldwide.0 comments
The Carnivorous Plant Sneak Peek
As some of you may already know, we will be launching our third book by publishing a title that stays true to our radical spirit: The Carnivorous Plant, written by Andrea Mayo and translated from Catalan by Laura McLoughlin. This is the first LGBTQ+ fiction in translation title in our 3TimesRebel Press’ catalogue.
Let us introduce you to Anna Pont
Let us introduce you to Anna Pont, she´s extremely talented and illustrates all of our books. We feel so grateful that she´s part of our team!
She tells us about her own creative journey: ‘I have always been attracted to critical art, the kind of art that moves you or makes you think...
Sunrise catcherI am Bibiana, Catalan by birth and Scottish by adoption. I’m a mother, a daughter, a sister, a friend; a doula, an antenatal teacher, a bookseller, a home-educator and even sometimes a waitress. I am a bookworm with a Masters in Book Publishing and a poetry lover. But above all, I am a beauty hunter and a sunrise catcher.2 comments