F.T. – Seminar 08102014

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    Wednesday 8 October
    Frankfurt Fair Center, Conference room Facette, Hall 3
    Seminar Programme
    9.00–9.15 Registration
    9.15 – 9.25 Greeting by Mrs Jenni Haukio
    9.30–10.00 Anne-Kathrin Häfner (Frankfurt Book Fair)
    Many reasons for coming to the Frankfurt Book
    10.10–10.55 Owen Witesman (Translator)
    How not to waste your time and money at the
    Frankfurt Book Fair: a translator’s perspective
    ”The translator’s role at a book fair is not
    obvious or clear cut. Potential for landing new
    projects exists, but so do possibilities for
    frustration and disappointment. How to make
    the most of your investment of time and money
    when attending book fairs”
    11.10–11.30 Merja Aho & Johanna Pitkänen (FILI)
    How does FILI support translators? (in Finnish)
    11.30–12.00 General discussion, questions and coffee
    Mrs Jenni Haukio is The First Lady of the Republic of Finland and the
    director of Turku International Book Fair
    Anne-Kathrin Häfner studied German and French literature. She has been
    working with the Frankfurt Book Fair since 1996, currently as a senior sales
    manager for Northern and Western Europe. She is in charge of the Frankfurt
    exhibitors and professional visitors coming from the Nordic countries, the
    Netherlands, Belgium and France.
    Owen Witesman is a professional literary translator with a master’s degree
    in Finnish and Estonian, and a founding member of the Finnish-English
    Literary Translation Cooperative (FELT). He lives in Utah.
    Merja Aho Coordinator for Translator Programme (FILI). Master of Culture
    and Arts, studied at University of Applied Sciences Humak, and Estonian
    Culture and Literature at the University of Helsinki. She translates from
    Estonian language into Finnish.
    Johanna Pitkänen Grants Manager (FILI). M. A., studied Russian
    Translation and Interpreting and Finnish Literature at the University of
    Tampere and Finnish Language at the University of Helsinki.
    13.00–13.30 Finnish State Award for Foreign Translator, Pavilion
    13.30 Meeting and grouping at Pavilion information desk
    14.00–15.00 Guided tour
    17.00 The launch of Granta Finland 3, Pavilion

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