Q&A with Translator Becky Crook

We spoke to Becky Crook, a writer and literary translator of Norwegian and German novels into English. She has a degree in Linguistics from Seattle Pacific University. In 2010 she founded SAND, a biannual English literary journal in Berlin, now in its 6th year. After moving to the Netherlands in 2012, she began working primarily as a literary translator, editor and creative project manager. Her family moved again in 2014 to the pacific northwest in the U.S., where she has continued translations while writing her first novel. She lives on Bainbridge Island with her husband and young daughter.

By   Jantien Abma

Q&A with Translator and Editor George Miller

We talked to George Miller, translator and former editorial director of Oxford University Press's Trade division and Granta Books, about his path towards translation from French and his website, Podularity, which features interviews with authors.

By   Jantien Abma

Q&A with Translator Ruth Ahmedzai Kemp

We spoke to Ruth Ahmedzai Kemp, a translator in the whitefox network, about the differences between Russian and Arabic, her most challenging project to date and her advice for those considering a freelance translating career.

By   Jantien Abma