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Ruth Clarke

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Ruth Clarke

Ruth Clarke is a translator working from Spanish, French, and Italian into English. She holds a degree in Modern European Languages from the University of Durham and an MA in Translation Studies from the University of Sheffield. Ruth has translated work by authors from Mexico to Benin, most recently contributing to English PEN’s collection of Enoh Meyomesse’s poetry Jail Verse: Poems from Kondengui Prison. 

Articles by Ruth Clarke

Government Property
By Trifonia Melibea Obono
“A bitch like that would make any man proud. Look at those tits, bursting forth in need of a man’s touch. They’re calling to me, baby.”It was nine o’clock in the morning, half an hour after I was supposed…
Translated from Spanish by Jethro Soutar & Ruth Clarke
Regeneration
By Victoria de Stefano
It was a beautiful summer night, few stars in the sky, but a big, bright moon. Juan was on his way home after a tiring day’s work. Home meant apartment C, second floor, in a building that was still…
Translated from Spanish by Ruth Clarke & Jethro Soutar
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