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Lucy Greaves

Portrait of translator Lucy Greaves
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Lucy Greaves

Lucy Greaves translates from Spanish, Portuguese, and French. She won the 2013 Harvill Secker Young Translators’ Prize and in 2014 was Translator in Residence at the Free Word Centre in London. Her work has appeared in Granta and The White Review, among other publications, and her translation of María Angélica Bosco’s Death Going Down was published by Pushkin Press in late 2016. She lives in Bristol, UK.

Articles by Lucy Greaves

Three
By Gabriela Wiener
I’ve been unfaithful on Good Friday, Mother’s Day, Christmas and even during a coup d’état.
Translated from Spanish by Lucy Greaves
Multilingual
Axel, Itinerant Dog
By Ana Teresa Torres
For Milagros Mata GilThe woman next door was pulling up weeds and planting roses that would flower when summer came. She was an old lady with careful hands and extraordinarily strong legs. She was breaking…
Translated from Spanish by Lucy Greaves
Multilingual
Making Peace
By Rafael Cadenas
Let’s come to an agreement, poem.I’ll stop forcing you to say what you don’t meanand you won’t resist my desires.We’ve wrestled a lot, you and I.Why insist on creating yourself…
Translated from Spanish by Lucy Greaves
Multilingual
The Baghdad Clock
By Cristina Fernández Cubas
I never feared them nor did they ever do anything to frighten me. They were there, next to the stove, mixed up with the crackling of firewood, the taste of freshly baked bollos, the to-and-fro of the…
Translated from Spanish by Lucy Greaves
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