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Jayde Will

Jayde Will (1978) is a literary translator. He has an MA in Fenno-Ugric Linguistics from Tartu University. His translations of Latvian, Lithuanian, and Estonian authors have been...

Magnus William-Olsson

Magnus William-Olsson (b. 1960, Bromma, Stockholm county, Sweden), poet, literary critic, and translator, has published seven volumes of poetry, three books of essays on poetry, and a book of...

Simon Winchester

Simon Winchester is the bestselling author of The Map That Changed the World, The Professor and the Madman, and Krakatoa.

Josef Winkler

Josef Winkler (b. 1953, Austria) is the author of fourteen books, among them the award-winning trilogy Das wilde Kärnten. His major themes are suicide, homosexuality, and the corrosive...

Mario Wirz

Mario Wirz was born in 1954 in Marburg and has been living in Berlin since 1988. He is an actor, director, and writer. His most recent volumes of lyric poetry are Sieben Leben hat die Woche...

Owen F. Witesman

Owen F. Witesman is a professional literary translator with a master’s in Finnish and Estonian from Indiana University. He has translated more than thirty Finnish books into English from a...

Michal Witkowski

Born in 1975, Michal Witkowski is a writer living in Wroclaw, Poland. His debut Copyright was published in 2001. He is also the author of Lubiewo, a novel on gay subculture which catapulted...

Austin Woerner

Austin Woerner is an editorial and publicity intern at Words Without Borders. He recently graduated from Yale University with a degree in East Asian Studies, and is now working as a freelance...

Lina Wolff

Lina Wolff has lived and worked in Italy and Spain. During her years in Valencia and Madrid, she began to write her short story collection Många människor dör som du (Many People...

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