Publishers in the USA and Canada are invited to submit six copies of a published translation from the German language into English for consideration. The translation must have been published (not only distributed) in the USA or Canada in 2020.
Guidelines for Publishers
Wolff Prize Talk 2020
On May 9, 2020 we hosted Translating Unconventional Narratives: A Conversation with 2020 Wolff Prizewinner Philip Boehm, a special online conversation between Philip Boehm and jury chairwoman Dr. Shelley Frisch. You can watch a recording of the talk on either this page or our YouTube channel.
Kurt Wolff, joined later by his wife Helen, was one of the most outstanding and innovative publishers in Germany of the 1920s. Helen and Kurt Wolff immigrated to New York in 1941, and founded Pantheon Books, a publishing house devoted mainly to the translation of German and other European literature.
About Helen & Kurt Wolff
Translation Grant Program Liaison
Goethe-Institut New York
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New York, NY 10003