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Randi Ward

Randi Ward (1982) is a writer, translator, lyricist and photographer from West Virginia. She earned her MA in Cultural Studies from the University of the Faroe Islands in 2007. Her work...

Bella Warda

Bella Warda, an Iranian American, is a founding member of the Darvag Theater Company, which was founded in Berkeley in 1985 with the dual mission of exploring creative expression in theater arts...

Kelly Washbourne

Kelly Washbourne translates from Spanish and Portuguese and teaches Spanish translation at Kent State University. His translations of poetry by Rubén Darío, José...

Alyson Waters

Alyson Waters's translation of Vassilis Alexakis's novel Foreign Words was published by Autumn Hill Books in 2006. She is currently translating two novels by Egyptian writer Albert Cossery, both...

Liz Waters

Liz Waters (b. 1960) graduated in philosophy and theology at the University of Manchester and worked at a literary agency in Amsterdam before becoming a freelance translator, mainly of quality...

Laura Watkinson

Laura Watkinson translates from Dutch, Italian, and German into English. Her projects range from children’s picture books to adult novels and comics. Her translation of Bibi Dumon...

Alison Watts

Alison Watts was born in Australia and lives in northern Japan, where she works as a freelance Japanese-to-English translator. She does commercial translation for a living and pursues a love of...

Stephen Watts

Stephen Watts is a poet, editor, and translator. His own most recent books include Gramsci & Caruso (Periplum, 2003), The Blue Bag (Aark Arts, 2004), Mountain Language/Lingua di montagna...

Charles Waugh

Charles Waugh lives in the small mountain town of Logan, Utah, where he teaches at Utah State University. With Nguyen Lien and Van Gia, he is the co-editor and co-translator of Wild...

William Weaver

William Weaver is celebrated for his numerous translations from the Italian, including Umberto Eco's Name of the Rose and novels and stories by Italo Calvino.

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