Time to apply for a creative translation programme at a Cove arts centre is running out – with submissions closing in July.

Cove Park will be holding their ViceVersa translation workshop between Monday, November 13 adn Sunday, November 19 - but applications will close on Saturday, July 15.

Open to translators of creative writing as well as fictional and non-fictional prose, the workshop has five places for translators working from English to German and German to English.

A Cove Park spokesperson said: “We are delighted to host in November this year the ViceVersa Translation Workshop for literary translators from English to German and German to English.

“Five translators working in each direction will have an opportunity to present and discuss the specific texts they are working on.”

Chosen participants will be able stay at the park and present and talk about the texts they are currently working on translating.

The week-long workshops will be led by Katy Derbyshire, who translates contemporary German writers, and Tanja Handels, who translates German works into English.

Applicants should submit a short CV of no more than one page, four to five pages of the piece you are working on translating as well the corresponding original text, and a short profile of your chosen writer and work.

While the workshop is free and travel expenses are covered, participants will have to pay £50 to cover food and drink costs.

The workshop has been organised by TOLEDO - a programme from the Deutscher Übersetzerfonds supported by the Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and Media (Germany) - in collaboration with Cove Park and Goethe Institut Glasgow.

Additional information on the programme and the application process is available online: www.covepark.org/wp-content/uploads/2023/05/Ausschreibung-ViceVersa-Cove-Park-2023_englisch19-copy.pdf.