Nariman Youssef is a Cairo-born, London-based translator and researcher. She holds a master’s degree in translation studies from the University of Edinburgh and works between Arabic and English. Literary translations include Donia Kamal’s Cigarette No. 7, Inaam Kachachi’s The American Granddaughter, and contributions in Words Without Borders, The Common, Banipal, and the poetry anthologies Beirut39 and The Hundred Years’ War. Nariman also specializes in translating for the arts and heritage sectors and currently manages a small translation team at the British Library.