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Katy
Derbyshire

Katy Derbyshire was born in London and has lived in Berlin for the past twenty years. She translates contemporary German writers, including Simon Urban,Helene Hegemann, Inka Parei, Clemens Meyer, Jan Brandt, Felicitas Hoppe and many others. She writes occasional criticism and essays in English and German, published by Lithub, The Quarterly Conversation, Music and Literature, New Books in German and Der Tagesspiegel. Katy co-hosts a monthly literary translation lab in Berlin and has taught translation in London, Leipzig, New York, New Delhi and Norwich.

Katy Derbyshire was born in London and has lived in Berlin for the past twenty years. She translates contemporary German writers, including Simon Urban,Helene Hegemann, Inka Parei, Clemens Meyer, Jan Brandt, Felicitas Hoppe and many others. She writes occasional criticism and essays in English and German, published by Lithub, The Quarterly Conversation, Music and Literature, New Books in German and Der Tagesspiegel. Katy co-hosts a monthly literary translation lab in Berlin and has taught translation in London, Leipzig, New York, New Delhi and Norwich.

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