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Becky Crook

Becky Crook is a writer and literary translator from German and Norwegian. In 2010, while living in Berlin, she founded and edited SAND, an English literary journal. After moving to the Netherlands, she began translating numerous novels, nonfiction works, short stories, and children’s books. Her translations have appeared in GrantaGuernica, and Freeman’s, among others. She is currently finalizing her own first novel as well as various children's books and nonfiction collections. She lives on Bainbridge Island, WA.

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