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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...

Anna Zaranko

Anna Zaranko is a freelance editor and translator, primarily from Polish, and was the ALTA mentee for 2015/16, working with Bill Johnston. She is currently working on Julia...

Andrew Zawacki

Andrew Zawacki is the author of two poetry books, Anabranch (Wesleyan, 2004) and By Reason of Breakings (Georgia, 2002), and editor of the anthology Afterwards: Slovenian Writing 1945-1995 (White...

Richard Zenith

A native of Washington, D.C., Richard Zenith lives in Lisbon, Portugal, where he works as a freelance writer, translator, and researcher in the Fernando Pessoa archives. His recent publications...

Chen Zeping

Chen Zeping, professor of Chinese linguistics at Fujian Normal University, Fuzhou, China, has written more than thirty articles and papers for professional journals and international conferences,...

Jennifer Zoble

Jennifer Zoble is a writer, editor, educator, and literary translator. She coedits InTranslation, the online journal of international literature that she cofounded in 2007 at The...

Alex Zucker

Alex Zucker’s most recent published translations are Three Plastic Rooms, by Petra Hůlová, and Angel Station, by Jáchym Topol. He urges everyone to look at...

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