Something new: seeing my name in print

As a translator and writer, I am used to seeing my work published, whether in print or online, but I don’t often see my name beside it.

Today, I had the pleasure of seeing my article printed in the latest edition of the Institute of Translation and Interpreting‘s bi-monthly publication, the Bulletin. As I tucked into my mid-morning snack, I took the time to read through the rest of the magazine and I felt real pride in being part of a publication that I have been reading ever since I was at school.

Megan Onions, Bulletin Article Sep-Oct 2012

ITI Bulletin, September-October 2012

If you have something to say and would like to contribute to the Bulletin, get in touch with Rachel Malcolm (she won’t bite!) at or tweet @ITIBulletin

[19/09/2012 – amended broken link]

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This article was written by: Megan Onions

  1. 5 Comments

    • Caroline Lakey says:

      Hi Megan,
      Congratulations on appearing in the Bulletin! Unfortunately though, the link in your post doesn’t seem to be working, or is members only perhaps.
      Kind regards,

      • Hi Caroline,

        Thank you for reading and commenting. You will notice that I have now amended the link. Information about the Bulletin can be found in the left-hand sidebar.

        Best wishes,

    • Judy Jenner (@language_news) says:

      Great article, Megan. I just read it a few days ago when I got my print copy. Amazing how you manage to keep all the balls in the air — way to go!

      • Thanks so much for commenting, Judy. I must say that I have always thought that you lead an incredibly busy life, so praise from you means a lot 🙂

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