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Lindsay Griffiths

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Lindsay Griffiths

Lindsay Griffiths is a PhD candidate at Princeton University. She translated Mercedes Cebrián’s Burp: Adventures in Eating and Cooking and several poems in Almudena Vidoretta’s trilingual edition of Algunos hombres insaciables. She also co-translated, with Adrián Izquierdo, the short story, “Juancho, baile” by José Ardila in Granta’s The Best of Young Spanish Language Novelists 2, and Mario Michelena’s forthcoming Do You Ever Think of Me?

Articles by Lindsay Griffiths

No One Really Knows Why People Shout
By Mario Michelena
His lips are moist, as though he were stewing on more insults.
Translated from Spanish by Lindsay Griffiths & Adrián Izquierdo
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