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David Bendiksen

David Bendiksen is a translator, teacher, and photographer finishing a PhD in comparative literature at the University of Massachusetts Amherst, where he teaches while studying and translating....

Heather Cleary, Mary Ann Newman, Elisabeth Jaquette, and Alex Zucker

Heather Cleary’s translations from the Spanish include Sergio Chejfec’s The Planets and The Dark, both nominated for national translation awards, and a collection...

Núria Codina

Núria Codina received her PhD in comparative literature from the University of Tübingen. She also holds a BA in German philology and a MA in literary and cultural theory and...

Luke Leafgren

Luke Leafgren received his PhD in comparative literature from Harvard University in 2012 after earning BA degrees in English and theology from Columbia University and the University of...

Pema Bhum, Claudia Salazar Jiménez, Krys Lee, and Kanako Nishi

Pema Bhum is the author of two Tibetan memoirs of the Cultural Revolution, Six Stars with a Crooked Neck (2001) and Remembering Dorje Tsering (2006) as well as the article “Heartbeat of a...

Anita Gopalan

Anita Gopalan is a 2016 PEN/Heim Translation Fund Grant awardee. Her translated selection of Geet Chaturvedi’s poetry, an Anomalous Press winner, is forthcoming in 2018. Her work has...

Daniel Hahn, Canan Marasligil, Mui Poopoksakul, and Angela Rodel

Daniel Hahn is a writer, editor, and translator, with some fifty books to his name. Recent books include the new Oxford Companion to Children’s Literature and a translation of a...

Lucas Iberico Lozada

Lucas Iberico Lozada is a writer and translator who lives in Philadelphia. His writing has recently appeared in Ploughshares, Dissent, Public Books, and Paste.

Ana Quiroga

Ana Quiroga is the author of the short-story collections Dormir juntos una noche (2002), El poeta que sangra (2004), El muchacho muerto (2014), and Breve postergación (2007),...

Elisabeth Jaquette, Emma Ramadan, Saskia Vogel, and Mary Ann Newman

Elisabeth Jaquette is a translator from the Arabic. She holds an MA from Columbia University and a BA from Swarthmore College, and she was a CASA Fellow at the American University of Cairo....

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