I’m a literary translator from Italian into English. I’ve translated several non-fiction titles, mainly in the fields history, art history and architecture. I also teach Renaissance Italian history and Translation to students and postgraduates at Edinburgh University.
From my website
It’s been a spectacular team effort, but we made it! So just as 2017 is closing, it seemed about time to write up my bit about Scotswrite 2017. The conference was held in September this year and organised by the … Continue reading →
Today, 30 September, is St Jerome’s day, aka Eusebius Hieronymus, aka the patron saint of translators. He was an extraordinary character in many ways. He was born in Stridon, near present-day Ljubljana, Slovenia, in c. 347 C.E. and died in … Continue reading →
I was very saddened to read of Helen Dunmore’s death earlier this month and I wanted to republish this (rather long) interview that describes our meeting in Edinburgh, back in 2008. I can still picture her sitting in the Signing … Continue reading →