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Natascha Bruce

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Natascha Bruce translates from Chinese. She has collaborated with Dorothy Tse on pieces for BBC Radio 3, Denver Quarterly, Nashville Review, Words Without Borders, Wasafiri and elsewhere. Her book-length translations include Lonely Face by Yeng Pway Ngon (Balestier, 2019), A Classic Tragedy by Xu Xiaobin (co-translated with Nicky Harman, forthcoming from Balestier) and Lake Like a Mirror by Ho Sok Fong (forthcoming from Granta), which received a 2017 PEN Presents award and 2019 PEN Translates award. She lives in Santiago, Chile.

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