"Diversification in the Language Industry, by Nicole Y. Adams, a rich array of essays and interviews from some ofthe best and brightest professionals, provides a valuable resource foranyone attempting to navigate the new and ever-changing marketplace forlanguage services. [...] The depth and breadth of this collection isimpressive. [...] Diversification gives voice to professionals in the trenches who have found a way to not only survive but to thrive in a dynamic industry with infinite potential. For those who believe that translation is headed for obsolescence, the book will force you to think again."
Nancy A. Locke, Language Matters in Canada blog
(See locke-on-language.com/tackling-commoditization-diversification/ for full review)
From the Back Cover
"Changes in technologies, procedures, requirementsand roles affect us all, and the translator is certainly no exception. Typicalprofessionals are likely to be kept up-to-date by their employers, buttranslators are often working on their own and must struggle to adapt. Thiscollection of interviews and essays provides excellent advice from a "who'swho" list of language professionals. It is a valuable resource for translators,from novices to mid-career professionals. With information from this book, translatorscan not only adapt but excel in these changing times."DonnaParrish, Editor-in-Chief, MultiLingual