Two Lines, a journal of world literature translated into English, is now seeking work for its 2007 annual anthology of international writing. They’re looking for “original translations into English of writing from any genre–including fiction, poetry, drama, reportage, proverbs, song lyrics, diaries, oral histories, case studies, essays–and short articles concerning the translation process.” They’d be especially happy for “works in new genres and rarer languages,” as well as “submissions of writing from non-European authors.”
Two Lines pays $35 for each accepted submission that’s published (“a group of works by one author is considered a single submission”).
Deadline: October 12, 2006.
AND, if you have an anthology proposal in mind, they’d like to hear about that, too.
Full guidelines here.