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Elizabeth
Bryer

Elizabeth Bryer is an author and translator. Her debut novel From Here On, Monsters was joint winner of the 2020 Norma K Hemming Award. She has translated novels from Spanish by Peruvian-, Chilean-, Colombian-, Venezuelan-, Mallorcan- and Polish-born authors. These include Aleksandra Lun’s The Palimpsests, awarded a PEN/Heim Translation fund grant from PEN America in 2017; Claudia Salazar Jiménez’s Americas Prize–winning Blood of the Dawn, described in the New York Times Book Review as a ‘brave, breviloquent debut novel’; and José Luis de Juan’s Napoleon’s Beekeeper. María José Ferrada’s How to Order the Universe is forthcoming from Tin House Books in early 2021. Elizabeth divides her time between Birraranga/Melbourne on unceded sovereign Wurundjeri land, where she pays the rent, and Arequipa, Peru.
Elizabeth Bryer is an author and translator. Her debut novel From Here On, Monsters was joint winner of the 2020 Norma K Hemming Award. She has translated novels from Spanish by Peruvian-, Chilean-, Colombian-, Venezuelan-, Mallorcan- and Polish-born authors. These include Aleksandra Lun’s The Palimpsests, awarded a PEN/Heim Translation fund grant from PEN America in 2017; Claudia Salazar Jiménez’s Americas Prize–winning Blood of the Dawn, described in the New York Times Book Review as a ‘brave, breviloquent debut novel’; and José Luis de Juan’s Napoleon’s Beekeeper. María José Ferrada’s How to Order the Universe is forthcoming from Tin House Books in early 2021. Elizabeth divides her time between Birraranga/Melbourne on unceded sovereign Wurundjeri land, where she pays the rent, and Arequipa, Peru.
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