Looking at the Bright Side of Freelance Translation: An interview with Nicole Y. Adams​ and Andrew Morris​

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Translator T.O.

bright_sideSome translators live in a world full of problems. It can sometimes seem as if things are very grim indeed, and it’s tempting to sit idle, whinge and complain.” Such is certainly not the case for freelance translators Nicole Y. Adams and Andrew Morris. In preparation for their upcoming e-book, The Bright Side of Freelance Translation, the two have been gathering feedback from fellow freelancers on the positive aspects of working in the industry. In today’s post, I had a chance to speak with Nicole and Andrew about The Bright Side of Freelance Translation, the motivation behind the project, and, based on the responses they’ve received so far, if they envision a bright future for the translation industry.


MK: First things first: How did you two get started in the translation industry?

AMI started out as a language teacher then a teacher trainer, spending 20 years in education, but…

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