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Chantal Wright

Chantal Wright has translated books by some of Germany’s most famous contemporary children’s authors, including Zoran Drvenkar’s supernatural thriller Tell Me What You See. In...

Elizabeth Oehlkers Wright

Elizabeth Oehlkers Wright is a literary translator in the Boston area. She has been translating Zafer Senocak for years.

Franz Wright

Franz Wright's Walking to Martha's Vineyard (Knopf) received the 2004 Pulitzer Prize in Poetry.

Jonathan Wright

Jonathan Wright studied Arabic at Oxford University in the 1970s and has spent eighteen of the past thirty years in the Arab world, mostly as a journalist with the international news agency...

Margaret Wright

Margaret Wright is a writer and translator from New Jersey. Her poems have appeared in The Brooklyn Review.

Frank Wynne

Frank Wynne is an Irish literary translator, writer and editor. Over a period of twenty years, he has translated numerous French and Hispanic authors, among them  Michel Houellebecq, Patrick...

Zêdan Xelef

Zêdan Xelef was born on Shingal Mountain in northern Iraq in 1995. Displaced from his home by the Islamic State’s attempt to exterminate the Êzîdî, he arrived...

Alice Xin Liu

Alice Xin Liu was born in Beijing but left for London at the age of seven, returning when she was twenty-one. She is a graduate in English literature, Durham University, but her Chinese cadre...

Hong Xinyi

Hong Xinyi is a Singapore-based freelance journalist whose areas of interest include urban development and design, built and intangible heritage, and emerging trends in arts and culture. She has...

Xin Xu

Xin Xu is a PhD candidate in the Department of Literatures, Cultures, and Languages at the University of Connecticut. Her main research interest is modernist poetics, with a focus on Chinese and...

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