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Zoë Perry is a Canadian-American translator who grew up in rural southeastern Kentucky and is currently based in London. She has translated work by several contemporary Portuguese-language authors, including Rodrigo de Souza Leão, Lourenço Mutarelli, Fernando Bonassi, Alexandre Vidal Porto, and Sérgio Rodrigues. She blogs about untranslated Brazilian books at gringareads.com. In 2015, Zoe was translator-in-residence at the Paraty International Literary Festival (FLIP) in Brazil, and was awarded a PEN/Heim grant for her translation of Veronica Stigger’s Opisanie Swiata.