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Diane Oatley

Contributor

Diane Oatley

Diane Oatley has extensive experience with many different forms of artistic expression, working with dance, as a translator from Norwegian, and as a writer of fiction and nonfiction. She received NORLA’s 2014 Translator’s Award. Her most recent translations include The Weather Changed, Summer Came and So On by Pedro Carmona-Alvarez; Winter Stories by Ingrid H. Rishøi; Secrets of the Snout by Frank Rosell; and Catching Thunder: The Story of the World’s Longest Sea Chase by Eskil Engdal and Kjetil Sæter.

Articles by Diane Oatley

All the Way Home
By Levi Henriksen
Her face is like a page in a diary that has never been written.
Translated from Norwegian by Diane Oatley
Multimedia
O My Libya
By Diane Oatley
We’ll go with you wherever you may go. Our palm trees blossom from your secret springs. Your face redeems us. When Nowhere’s left for you we’ll take your place. You will always be us…
Translated from Arabic by Sumaya Jirde Ali
Multilingual
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