NEA Literature Fellowships

2014 - Translation

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  • Mohammed A. Albakry

    Mohammed Albakry is an Egyptian-American linguist and translator. He is working on editing and translating (with Rebekah Maggor) of...

  • Daniel Borzutzky

    Daniel Borzutzky's books of poetry and fiction include In the Murmurs of the Rotten Carcass Economy (Nightboat, forthcoming); The Book...

  • Nancy Carlson

    Nancy Naomi Carlson is the author of Stone Lyre: Poems of René Char (Tupelo Press, 2010), as well as...

  • David Dollenmayer

    David Dollenmayer has translated works by Rolf Bauerdick, Bertolt Brecht, Elias and Veza Canetti, Peter Stephan Jungk, Michael Kleeberg,...

  • Jen Hofer

    Jen Hofer is a Los Angeles-based poet, translator, social justice interpreter, teacher, knitter, book-maker, public letter-writer, urban cyclist, and...

  • Christina Kramer

    Christina E. Kramer is a professor in the department of Slavic languages and literatures at the University of Toronto,...

  • Andrea Lingenfelter

    Andrea Lingenfelter is a poet, China scholar, and translator of contemporary Chinese literature. Her many published translations include the...

  • Denise Newman

    Denise Newman’s poetry collections are The New Make Believe (The Post-Apollo Press, 2010), Wild Goods (Apogee Press, 2008), and...

  • George O'Connell

    George O'Connell has taught creative writing and literature at numerous U.S. colleges and universities, as well as in China. ...

  • Mariana Past

    Mariana F. Past (PhD, Duke University, 2006) is an associate professor of Spanish and Latin American, Latino, and Caribbean Studies...

  • Amanda Powell

    Poet and translator Amanda Powell investigates early modern Spanish and Spanish-American poetry and spiritual narratives. Since 1995, she has...

  • Angela Rodel

    Angela Rodel is a freelance literary translator living in Sofia, Bulgaria. She has a BA from Yale University and...

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