Awards... 

Finalist for the  
2016 Northern California Book Award for Translation


for the novel "Like Family" by Paolo Giordano (Pamela Dorman Books/Viking Penguin, 2015)


 

Winner of the
 
2015 Italian Prose in Translation Award (IPTA)

for the novel "Blindly" by Claudio Magris (Penguin Canada, 2010, and Yale University Press, 2012)

    

More (by me) on Magris and his work:
"On Translating Magris: ‘Closelaboration’ with a Difference", Forum Italicum, 47:3, November 2013, pp. 617 - 632.
A conversation with Claudio Magris” on the occasion of the publication in English of his novel Blindly by the Margellos World Republic Of Letters, Yale University Press. Yale Press Log, 2012.
"Plowing Magris' Sea: Blindly, With Eyes Wide Open", Forum Italicum, v. 40, no. 2, Fall 2006.

And here is an article by Magris himself in which he relates how and why the novel came about:
Claudio Magris, "Reflections on Blindly", The Threepenny Review, Spring 2013.

 

Finalist for the  
2015 Northern California Book Award for Translation


for the novel "Three Light-Years" by Andrea Canobbio (Farrar Straus & Giroux, 2014)



Winner of the  
2014 Northern California Book Award for Translation

for the novel "The Art of Joy" by Goliarda Sapienza (Penguin UK and FSG, 2013)




Winner of the
 
2013 Northern California Book Award for Translation


for the novel "Blindly" by Claudio Magris (Yale University Press, 2012)




Winner of the 
2012 John Florio Prize for Translation 

for the novel "Scent of a Woman" by Giovanni Arpino (Penguin UK, 2011) 




CWA Dagger Award Finalist 2012
shortlisted for The Crime Writers’ Asociation Dagger Award, for Maurizio de Giovanni's 
"I Will Have Vengeance" (Hersilia Press 2012, Europa Editions 2013)




Finalist for the
 
2011 Northern California Book Award for Translation


for the novel "Blindly" by Claudio Magris (Penguin Canada, 2010) 




Winner of the
 
2004 Northern California Book Award for Translation


for the novel "Head Above Water" by Stefano Bortolussi (San Francisco: City Lights Press, 2003)



From the Program of the Book Awards Ceremony, March 24, 2004:
"Anne Milano Appel's translation is both elegant and transparent..."


And for the same book... 

Finalist, 2004 Pen Center USA Literary Awards, Translation Category 

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