MStu tutor James Womack wins first ever PN Review Translation Prize for his translation of Manuel Vilas’ ‘Macbeth’.

MSt tutor James Womack  has won the PNR Review Translation Prize for his translation from Spanish to English of Manuel Vilas’ ‘Macbeth’.

from the announcement:

Carcanet Press and PN Review are delighted to announce the winners of the first ever PN Review Prize.

Chris Preddle has won the Poetry Prize with ‘Less Virgil’ and James Womack has won the Translation Prize with his translation from Spanish to English of Manuel Vilas’ ‘Macbeth’. Both winners will each receive £600.

The PN Review Prize is the first annual prize from one of the leading poetry journals worldwide, published for over 40 years by award-winning publisher Carcanet Press. The judges were Carcanet and PN Review editors Michael Schmidt and Luke Allan. Schmidt said, ‘It was a large and challenging field, and selection was, as always, a difficult process given the diversity of theme and form.

…. All the poems, commended and winners, will be published in PN Review issue 239. A prize ceremony will be held in London in January 2018’

Read more about this on the PNR Review site.