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Lola
Rogers

Lola Rogers is a literary translator living in Seattle. She has translated dozens of novels, short stories, poems, essays, comics, and children’s books. She is the recipient of two English PEN Awards and in 2019 was a National Endowment for the Arts Translation Fellow, for a translation of The Death of Orvar Klein, by Daniel Katz. Her translation of Johanna Sinisalo’s The Core of the Sun was awarded the 2017 Prometheus Prize. Lola serves as a translation mentor for FILI Finnish Literature Exchange and is a founding member of the Finnish-English Literary Translation Cooperative.

Lola Rogers is a literary translator living in Seattle. She has translated dozens of novels, short stories, poems, essays, comics, and children’s books. She is the recipient of two English PEN Awards and in 2019 was a National Endowment for the Arts Translation Fellow, for a translation of The Death of Orvar Klein, by Daniel Katz. Her translation of Johanna Sinisalo’s The Core of the Sun was awarded the 2017 Prometheus Prize. Lola serves as a translation mentor for FILI Finnish Literature Exchange and is a founding member of the Finnish-English Literary Translation Cooperative.

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