The ‘House of Europe’, an EU-funded programme, launches a grant call to support translations of literature (fiction, non-fiction, poetry, drama, and comics) from the EU-languages and languages of Ukrainian minorities into Ukrainian.
The deadline for applications is 26 October.
The call is open for Ukrainian publishing houses, organisations and individual entrepreneurs.
The ‘House of Europe’ will cover up to €4,000 of expenses on translation, editing, transfer of copyright, design, printing, and marketing of the book. The grant will help with up to 70% of the expenses.
You can join a live stream on Facebook on 20 October for more information.
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