My translations of prose and poetry from French and Spanish have appeared in AGNI 94 (print edition only; related blog post here), The Southern Review, ANMLY, Another Chicago Magazine, Circumference, Columbia Journal, Firmament, and The Los Angeles Review.
My translation of French author Prosper Mérimée’s 1827 hoax SONGS FOR THE GUSLE (La Guzla; excerpts available on the Spurl Editions blog and on the Translators Aloud YouTube channel) is forthcoming from Frayed Edge Press in 2023.
I am honored to have been selected by the American Literary Translators Association (ALTA) as one of its 2020 Virtual Travel Fellows, a distinction awarded annually to emerging literary translators.
At the September 2020 virtual conference of the Oregon Society of Translators and Interpreters, I presented a session on research methods and online resources for translators of historical texts.
Current projects for which I am seeking a publisher include Bolivian author Adela Zamudio’s 1913 novel CONFIDENCES (Íntimas; excerpt available on the Jill! YouTube channel).
Contact literary translator Laura Nagle here.
The translation is beautiful. . . . A gift to the English-speaking world! — author citing my translation of a poem
Just as I expected: I LOVE it. You’ve found a way to make it flow and flow and flow. — author of a short story in my translation