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Publishing Translations: Home

Where to submit works translated from Spanish to English for publication.

Curator for Latin American Studies and Interim Curator for Rare Books and Manuscripts

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Seonaid Valiant
Hayden Library, ASU

Publishing Translations

Publishing Translations: Where to submit manuscripts translated from Spanish to English for publication.

Below is a list of publishers that accept manuscripts in translation: 

Archipelago Books-

Ashland Creek Press-

Cardboard House Press-

Dalkey Archive Press-

Deep Vellum-

Duke University Press-

Graywolf Press-

Mellen Press-

New Directions-

Open Letter Press-

Ugly Duckling Presse-

Valparaiso Editions-


White Pine-


Other resources:

Publisher database- 

Resources for translators-








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