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Howard Scott is a Montreal literary translator who works with fiction, non-fiction, and poetry. His translations include works by Madeleine Gagnon, science-fiction writer Élisabeth Vonarburg, and Canada’s Poet Laureate, Michel Pleau. Scott received the Governor General’s Literary Award for his translation of Louky Bersianik’s The Euguelion. The Great Peace of Montreal of 1701, by Gilles Havard, which he co-translated with Phyllis Aronoff, won the Quebec Writers’ Federation Translation Award. A Slight Case of Fatigue, by Stéphane Bourguignon, another co-translation with Phyllis Aronoff, was a finalist for the Governor General’s Literary Award. Howard Scott is a past president of the Literary Translators’ Association of Canada.
October 2017 : A GG nomination for In Search of New Babylon!
October 2015 : As Always is launched – and nominated for a QWF award!
October 2015 : October 8: Talon events across the country!
May 2015 : As Always, We’re Thrilled About a New Book
May 2014 : 85 Ebooks Published To Date!
April 2014 : Three New Arrivals!
January 2014 : Browse Our Spring 2014 Catalogue!
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