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October 17, 2019

Asymptote Journal

A coming-of-age story by Arelis Uribe, translated for the Fall 2019 issue of Asymptote Journal.

October 14, 2019

Global Press Journal

Increasing costs of living and limited library services in Puerto Rico have made it hard for people to access books. To promote access to reading, local people are taking matters into their hands by setting up book exchange projects, so that people can explore the world of reading at lower prices. Translated from Spanish for Global Press Journal.

October 14, 2019

Global Press Journal

Puerto Rico’s coral reefs, already in danger of extinction, are now further threatened by bacteria from fecal matter. Experts and activists say that the problem is coming from an overwhelmed sewage system in a popular tourist area, and that if not addressed, the damage will soon be irreversible. Translated from Spanish for Global Press Journal.

September 11, 2019

Asymptote Blog

Alicia González-Camino, Spanish translator of the hit TV show Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, discusses the challenges of translating for comedy television and whether her work counts as literary translation. Interview translated from Spanish for the Asymptote blog.

December 01, 2018

Spanish and Portuguese Review

This scholarly article examines the linguistics of the child narrator in María José Ferrada's novel Kramp and considers possible translation strategies. 

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