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Marta Dziurosz

Portrait of translator Marta Dziurosz

Marta Dziurosz

Marta Dziurosz is a Polish to English literary translator and interpreter and a literary curator, and she was Free Word Centre’s Translator in Residence 2015–16. While in residence she organized a rich program of innovative events, commissioned and provided online content, and worked with universities and schools. She also works for the publishing house Pan Macmillan and is a member of the Translators Association committee. She has worked with organizations such as the British Council, European Literature Network, London Book Fair, Lancaster University, Writing West Midlands, New Writing North, University of Silesia, and others. Her writing and translations have been published by numerous publications, including the New Statesman, PEN Atlas, Words Without BordersIn Other Words, The Linguist, For Books’ Sake, and Asymptote. She recently co-translated the collected works of Janusz Korczak (forthcoming from Vallentine Mitchell) and Renia Spiegel’s Diary (excerpt forthcoming in the Smithsonian Magazine).

Articles by Marta Dziurosz

The Urn
By Marcin Wicha
It's vile to disregard somebody's sense of aesthetics just because they're dead.
Translated from Polish by Marta Dziurosz
Every Day Is International Translation Day—The 2018 ITD Celebration in London
By Marta Dziurosz
Organized by English PEN, the International Translation Day celebration at the Free Word Centre occurred on September 28, 2018.International Translation Day was celebrated this year at the Free Word Centre…
Rainbow Families: Four Parents and Two Children
By Karolina Domagalska
Go and find a father for your child.
Translated from Polish by Marta Dziurosz