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Feyza Howell

Feyza Howell works as a literary translator, as well as serving English PEN as assessor and a number of public agencies as interpreter. She has been translating fiction and commercial texts for many years, as well as writing copy and nonfiction. She is the translator of <em>Waste</em>, by Hakan Günday. Her translation of <em>Madame Atatürk</em> by İpek Çalışlar is forthcoming from Saqi this fall.

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