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Lauren Yoder

Lauren Yoder is James Sprunt Professor of French at Davidson College. He has lived and worked many years in both Africa and France. Among his translations are Tales by Kama Sywor Kamanda and...

Asa Yoneda

Asa Yoneda translates from Japanese with a preference for experimental writing and contemporary women’s writing.

Jungbin Yoon

Jungbin Yoon is currently attending Oakwood Friends School in the Hudson Valley. She regularly translates a bilingual comic strip, Space Bunny, for the Korean Quarterly. She has an interest in...

Hitomi Yoshio

Hitomi Yoshio is an assistant professor of Japanese literature at Florida International University. Her research interests include modern and contemporary Japanese literature with a focus on...

David Young

David Young is well known as a translator from the Chinese from his Five Tang Poets (Oberlin College Press, 1990). He and Jiann I. Lin collaborated previously on The Clouds Float North...

Katherine E. Young

Katherine E. Young is the author of Day of the Border Guards, a 2014 Miller Williams Arkansas Poetry Prize finalist, and translator of Two Poems by Inna Kabysh. Her translations of Xenia...

Yu Young-nan

Yu Young-nan is a freelance translator living in Seoul. Her most recent literary translation is Yom Sang-seop's Three Generations, published in 2005 by Archipelago Books.

Nariman Youssef

Nariman Youssef is a translator and researcher working primarily in Arabic and English. Her translation projects are varied and have included song lyrics for the band Alif (Aynama Rtama, 2015),...

Ruben Zahra

The musical “mosaic” of Ruben Zahra is composed from fragments of colliding musical cultures. His interest in classical, rock, jazz, and world music has led him to develop a style...

Haifa Zangana

Haifa Zangana was just eight years old in 1958 when Iraqis flooded the streets to celebrate their newfound, hard-won freedom from British colonial rule. She came of age in one of the most open...

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