Trafika Europe began in 2014 in Scotland under the direction of native New Yorker, Andrew Singer. This non-profit literary journal and radio station is available free, online and is run by volunteers who spend a lot of free time working to spread European literature in translation. The project publishes a literary journal of contemporary European literature in English translation. We also host a radio channel (live and archived as podcasts) of interviews with authors, readings, news on festivals, and more. You can check out our full project on our website . Andrew Singer spent more than a full-time job's worth of time on the project and supported it with his own funds. His recent passing has put the project in new hands; however, full-time and personal funds are not as available as they were with Andrew. If anyone is willing and able to support the continuation of Trafika Europe, we would great appreciate it. These funds will be used to maintain our website, web archive, radio archives, online subscriptions for the radio/editing, and authors/artists who contribute to our journal. We are hoping to continuing growing and, one day, we would love to see this non-profit paying employees to do this work full time, as well as fund authors, translators, and literary prizes.