Anne Bruce - Translator of the Month

February’s Translator of the Month is Anne Bruce from Scotland. She has been put forward by – and has received a question from – her Mexican translator colleague Juan Gutiérrez-Maupomé. Now the translators featured in NORLA’s series are passing the baton from one to the other.

Anne translates fiction and has admirable experience with crime novels. In 2019 her translation of Jørn Lier Horst’s The Katharine Code was awarded the coveted British prize The Petrona Award for best translated Scandinavian crime novel published in 2019.

Learn more about Anne and the books she has translated here.

Those of you who understand Norwegian can read her Translator of the Month interview here.

Anne Bruce. The picture is taken on Malin Head, the northernmost point of Ireland.
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Anne with Jørn Lier Horst and his book "Dregs" (orginalt title: Bunnfall) in 2011. This was her second translation from Norwegian and his first book to be published in English.

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See other translators interviewed in our Translator of the Month series here.