Stephanie Smee

Stephanie Smee left a career in law to work as a literary translator. Recent translations include Hannelore Cayre’s The Inheritors and The Godmother (winner of the CWA Crime Fiction in Translation Dagger award), and Françoise Frenkel’s rediscovered World War II memoir, No Place to Lay One’s Head, which was awarded the JQ–Wingate Prize. Her translation of Pascal Janovjak’s The Rome Zoo is forthcoming.

3 Joseph Ponthus Translations

It is a rare thing indeed to be entrusted with the translation of such a startlingly original work as Joseph Ponthus’s À la ligne.

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