List of Translators
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Edward Jordan Barger
Translator of Norwegian, Danish and French. Currently working on Sigbjørn Obstfelder and Yahya Hassan.
Katrine Øgaard Jensen
Translator of poetry and literary fiction.
I translate from Danish and Portuguese to English. MA (Hons) Scandinavian Studies with EU Studies from University of Edinburgh. Based near Edinburgh, UK.
Lin Falk van Rooyen
Translator from the Danish/Norwegian/Swedish to English. Literature and arts.
Sharon E. Rhodes
Sharon E. Rhodes is a Danish translator currently based in Rochester, New York. She has been working in translation and English language revisions for more than five years now and has recently made her literary translation debut.
I translate from Danish to English and I am a member of the CIOL and ITI. I have a degree in Scandinavian Studies from UCL (upper second).
Solvej translates from Danish to English.
Akademiker og forfatter med dansk/engelsk baggrund. Mange års erfaring som oversætter, projektmager, lektor og redaktør. Nomineret til Impac prisen 2008. Udvalgt til Oxford Poets 2004. Skønlitterære og akademiske tekster. Medlem af Society of Authors
Sinéad Quirke Køngerskov
Paul Russell Garrett
Paul translates a range of genres, including literary fiction, children's books, poetry, YA and plays.
Mark Gallacher is a Scottish writer and translator who lives in Denmark with his wife and two sons. He is widely published.
Literary translator from Danish and German
Translator of Danish, Swedish, and Norwegian into English.
Fiona has 30 years' experience as an English translator of Danish and Norwegian. She has a diploma from Copenhagen Business School, a BA in Scandinavian Studies, UCL, and an MA (cum laude) in Norwegian Translation, Surrey University.
American Ph.D. in Social Anthropology, long-term resident in DK, translation, editing, rewriting academic and non-fiction, incl. literary texts and project applications. Member DOF.
Troy Wellington Smith
Troy Wellington Smith is a PhD student in Scandinavian at UC Berkeley, where he co-organizes the Translation Studies Working Group. He translates texts from his area of academic interest, i.e., the Danish Golden Age.
Anna is a Danish-British translator of Danish, and Norwegian, literature into English. She is bilingual and was educated in Denmark, England and Wales. Interests: Contemporary prose, etc. see below.
Marina has translated contemporary fiction incl. novels by Suzanne Brøgger, Hanne Marie Svendsen and Dorrit Willumsen.