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Katie Gramich

Portrait of translator Katie Gramich

Katie Gramich

Katie Gramich is a translator and academic, originally from Ceredigion. She studied at universities in Wales, England, Spain, and Canada and is currently a professor at Cardiff University. She has acted as a judge for the Stephen Spender Poetry Translation Prize and has translated a number of works by Welsh authors into English, including Kate Roberts, R. S. Thomas, Gwerful Mechain, and Llŷr Gwyn Lewis.

Articles by Katie Gramich

Dolores Morgan’s Letters from the Far East
By Llŷr Gwyn Lewis
I have become Japanese and I am no longer a Welshwoman.
Translated from Welsh by Katie Gramich