I have seen Marta Stelmaszak’s (@mstelmaszak) invitation to translators to submit their translation stories in not more, not less than six words. For those who do not follow Marta’s website, here is a story about my normal day as a freelance translator:
Coffee, computer, call, client, creativity … collapse.
And what is yours? If you have one, share it here in a comment below, or at Marta’s website.
PS. Thank you, Marta, it’s an excellent idea.
In case you have ever wondered what ‘boutique’ in the header of this website means I guess I owe a little explanation here. For years, I have worked as a ‘general’ translator, specialising on anything and nothing at the same time. And though I have never faced a major fuckup even when I did translations on topics I was not hundred percent familiar with, I’ve come to realised there are certain fields which I feel more comfortable about than the others. Be it of my own interest, or just that I’ve gained enough experience over the years, I have now enough knowledge and expertise to say I can deliver close-to-the-best quality translations in those domains. What does that mean to you?