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Fred Vargas

Fred Vargas was born in Paris in 1957. As well as being a best-selling author in France, she is a historian and archaeologist by training.

David Varno

David Varno is a former Dispatches Editor for Words Without Borders and has contributed to Electric Literature, Tin House, the Brooklyn Rail, the Cleveland Plain Dealer, Paste, and other...

Kemal Varol

Kemal Varol was born in Diyarbakır in 1977. He began his literary career as a poet, publishing the poetry collections Yas Yüzükleri, Kin Divanı, Temmuzun On...

Sebastiano Vassalli

Sebastiano Vassalli was born in Genova, Italy, and lives in the province of Novara. He is the author of over twenty books, including La notte della cometa, Sangue e suolo, L'alcova...

Juan Gabriel Vásquez

Juan Gabriel Vasquez is a critically acclaimed Colombian writer, translator, and award-winning author. Educated in Barcelona and in Paris at the Sorbonne, he now teaches in Barcelona, where he...

Manuel Vázquez Montalbán

Manuel Vázquez Montalbán (1939–2003) was one of the best-known and loved Spanish writers of the second half of the twentieth century. A militant socialist, he was imprisoned...

Christina Vega-Westhoff

Christina Vega-Westhoff is a poet, translator, aerialist, and teaching artist living in Buffalo, NY. She teaches with the Bird’s Nest Circus Arts, the Geneseo Migrant Center, Just Buffalo...

Lawrence Venuti

Lawrence Venuti, professor of English at Temple University, is a translation theorist and historian as well as a translator from Italian, French, and Catalan.  He is the author of The...

Annelies Verbeke

Annelies Verbeke (b. 1976, Belgium) became famous overnight with her successful first novel Slaap! (Sleep!, 2003). Her second novel, Reus (Giant, 2006), and her collection of short stories Groener...

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