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Aura Xilonen and Andrea Rosenberg

Aura Xilonen (author) is a novelist and filmmaker. She won the 2015 Mauricio Achar Prize for her first novel, The Gringo Champion. Andrea Rosenberg (translator) is a translator from Spanish...

Robyn Creswell

Robyn Creswell’s translations of Abdelfattah Kilito and Sonallah Ibrahim are published by New Directions. His essays on contemporary poetry and fiction have appeared in The New...

Adam Morris

Adam Morris is the translator of João Gilberto Noll’s Atlantic Hotel (Two Lines Press, 2017) and Quiet Creature on the Corner (Two Lines Press, 2016).

Casey Roberts

Casey Roberts, a literary translator, won the John Glassco Prize awarded by the Canadian Literary Translators Association for his translation of the YA novel Break Away, Jessie on My...

Sean Gasper Bye, Francisco Cantú, José Garcia, David and Nicole Ball, and Saskia Vogel

Sean Gasper Bye is a translator of Polish, French, and Russian literature. His translation of Watercolours by Lidia Ostałowska is forthcoming from Zubaan Books, and his translation...

Chiara Marchelli

Chiara Marchelli lives in New York and has taught Italian at New York University since 2004. In 2003, she published her first novel, Angeli e cani (Marsilio), which was awarded...

Anton Hur, Valerie Miles, Saskia Vogel, Allison M. Charette, Elisabeth Jaquette, & Mercedes Gilliom

Anton Hur was born in Stockholm, Sweden. His writing and translations have appeared in Words Without Borders, Asymptote Journal, and Korean Literature Now. He is a Korean literature critic on...

Edward Gauvin & Claire Stephens

Edward Gauvin has received fellowships and residencies from PEN America, the NEA, the Fulbright program, the Lannan Foundation, and the French Embassy. His work has won the...

Pema Tsewang Shastri

Pema Tsewang Shastri is the author of three novels—including Cold West, Warm East (Tibet Times, 2000)—a work of historical fiction, a collection of short stories,...

Na Zhong, Eric M. B. Becker, Angela Rodel, and Elizabeth Bryer

Na Zhong was born and raised in Chengdu and is currently studying creative writing in New York. The verbs she uses to describe her life are: write, laugh, translate, read, cry, sleep,...

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