NEA Literature Fellowships

2011 - Translation

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  • Esther Allen

    Esther Allen was greatly encouraged to pursue literary translation when she received an NEA Fellowship in 1995 for the translation...

  • Robert  Bononno

    Robert Bononno has been a freelance translator from the French for more than 20 years. He was an adjunct professor...

  • Sean  Cotter

    Sean Cotter translates Romanian poetry and fiction, most recently, Liliana Ursu's Lightwall (Zephyr Press, 2009). His essays, articles, and translations...

  • Bill  Coyle

    Bill Coyle's first collection of poetry, The God of This World to His Prophet, won the New Criterion Poetry Prize...

  • Anne O.  Fisher

    Anne O. Fisher translated two novels by the Soviet satirical duo Ilya Ilf and Evgeny Petrov, The Twelve Chairs (forthcoming)and...

  • Edward Gauvin

    Writer and translator Edward Gauvin (edwardgauvin.com/blog) has received fellowships and residencies from the Centre National du Livre, Ledig House, the...

  • Dick Gerdes

    Dick Gerdes was born in Corpus Christi, Texas, grew up in Calgary, Canada, and was educated at Colorado State University...

  • Jason Grunebaum

    Jason Grunebaum is a former interpreter and delegate for the International Committee of the Red Cross in Kashmir, Kosovo, and...

  • Joshua  Halberstam

    Joshua Halberstam grew up in Brooklyn where both his grandparents were Chassidic Rebbes; his family traces unbroken generations of illustrious...

  • Yasmeen S.  Hanoosh

    Yasmeen Hanoosh is an Iraqi-born writer, literary translator, and Assistant Professor of Arabic language and modern literature at Portland State...

  • Deborah Hoffman

    Deborah Hoffman is a freelance translator from Ohio. She was the recipient of a 2005 PEN Translation Fund Grant for...

  • Tsipi  Keller

    Tsipi Keller was born in Prague, raised in Israel, and has been living in the U.S. since 1974. The author...

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