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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...

Susan Wilson

Susan Wilson completed a BA in French and Spanish and an MA in Translation and subsequently joined the FCO in London as a staff translator, where she was trained in Italian, Finnish, and Estonian....

Donald Winkler

photo by Lois Siegel Donald Winkler is a Montreal based documentary filmmaker and literary translator. His current project is a translation of Quebec poet Pierre Nepveu's collection, Les...

Elizabeth Ann Winslow

Elizabeth Ann Winslow is a fiction writer and a graduate of the Iowa Writers' Workshop. Her translation of Dunya Mikhail's The War Works Hard won the PEN prize for translation and will be...

Julie Winter

Julie Winter is a linguist and freelance translator. She holds a PhD in German literature and thought from Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois, as well as an MA focusing on English...

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,...

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