Thank you to everyone who participated! The quality of submitted translations continues to rise.

 

First Place ($100 Prize): Margaret Coats, California
Three Translations of the Poetry of Jean Froissart

Second Place: Terry L. Norton, South Carolina
Five Translations of Aesop’s Fables, from Phaedrus

Third Place: Anna Leader, Washington, D.C.
“The Lorelei” by Heinrich Heine

Third Place: Michael Coy, Ireland
A Poem by Michelangelo, “The Woman Who Passed Me” by Charles Baudelaire

Fourth Place: Luigi Pagano, England”
“Ode scritta in occasione delle rivoluzioni di Modena e Bologna” by Giovanni Berchet

Fourth Place: Tanya Fernandez Escudero, Spain
“Black Shadow” by Rosalía de Castro

Fourth Place: Vicki Schnadig, Texas
“Tamara” by M. Lermontov

Honorable Mention: Scott Dalgarno, Utah
Sonnet After Catullus #4

Honorable Mention: Stevie Preater
“The Pirate’s Song” by José de Espronceda

 

Judge 


Evan Mantyk, editor of The Society of Classical Poets Journal and website

 

 


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One Response

  1. Angel L Villanueva

    Very nice job, Margaret. Congratulations to you and to the rest of the placing participants!

    Reply

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