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Sarah Ann Wells

Sarah Ann Wells is Assistant Professor of Brazilian and Spanish-American literature at the University of Notre Dame. She is the translator of essays, plays, and short stories from Latin America,...

Adrian West

Adrian West has published original fiction in McSweeney’s and 3:AM, and translations from Spanish, German, and Catalan in Aldus, The Brooklyn Rail, Fwriction, and Asymptote, where he is...

Adrian Nathan West

Adrian West is a writer and translator whose work has appeared in numerous publications including McSweeney’s, 3:AM, and the Review of Contemporary Fiction. His book-length translations...

Shaun Whiteside

Born in County Tyrone in 1959, Shaun Whiteside has translated many books from French, German, Italian and Dutch, including works by Freud and Nietzsche, Michèle Desbordes, Amélie...

Charlotte Whittle

Charlotte Whittle is a writer, editor, and translator from Spanish. Her essays and translations have appeared and are forthcoming in Mantis, The Literary...

Christopher Whyte

Christopher Whyte was born and raised in Glasgow and lived in Italy from 1973 to 1985. He has published two books of poetry in Scottish Gaelic, a language he taught himself, as well as four...

Simon Wickham-Smith

Simon Wickham-Smith was born in England in 1968.  He has translated the work of many leading Mongolian writers and in 2008 was honored as a Leading Cultural Worker by the Mongolian...

Anders Widmark

Anders Widmark (1973 - ) lives in Stockholm, Sweden. He is a PhD candidate at Uppsala University, Department of Linguistics and Philology. Besides teaching Persian and translating...

Jayde Will

Jayde Will (1978) is a literary translator. He has an MA in Fenno-Ugric Linguistics from Tartu University. His translations of Latvian, Lithuanian, and Estonian authors have been...

Laurie Wilson

Laurie Wilson holds a Ph.D. in French literature from the University of Oregon and has previously translated Alexandre Najjar's narrative The School of War (Telegram Books, 2006). She lives...

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