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Sabrina Jaszi

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Contributor

Sabrina Jaszi

Sabrina Jaszi is a translator and writer based in Oakland, California. She holds an MFA in fiction writing from the University of Florida and an MA in Slavic literature from UC Berkeley. Her translations and writings on translation have appeared in The Paris Review Daily, Subtropics, Catapult, and The Offing. Her fiction has appeared in StoryQuarterly, the New Ohio Review, J Journal, and elsewhere. She is a member of the translation collective Turkoslavia.

Articles by Sabrina Jaszi

Translating Dagestan in Alisa Ganieva’s “Munkar and Nakir”
By Sabrina Jaszi
Sabrina Jaszi's translation of Alisa Ganieva's “Munkar and Nakir” appears in the February 2021 issue of Words Without Borders.Preparing to translate “Munkar…
Munkar and Nakir
By Alisa Ganieva
Driving here, did you know you'd die today?
Translated from Russian by Sabrina Jaszi
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