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Charles De Wolf

Charles De Wolf is a professor at Keio University in Japan, where he has lived most of his life, having otherwise resided in the United States, Europe, and Korea. A linguist by academic training,...

Sholeh Wolpé

Sholeh Wolpé was born in Iran and has lived in Trinidad, the UK, and the United States. About her poems, the Poetry Foundation writes, “Wolpé’s concise, unflinching,...

John E. Woods

John E. Woods is a translator who specializes in German literature. Among the writers he has translated are Arno Schmidt, Ingo Schulze, Christoph Ransmayr, and Thomas Mann. He received the...

Michelle Woods

Michelle Woods is the author of Kafka Translated (2013), Censoring Translation (2012), and Translating Milan Kundera (2006), as well as numerous articles on the translation of Czech literature and...

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...

Frank Wynne

Frank Wynne is a writer and award-winning literary translator. Born in Ireland, he has lived and worked in Dublin, Paris, Amsterdam, London, and Buenos Aires, and currently lives in San...

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...

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