Eva Apelqvist : Email
Melissa Bowers : Email
Marcus Cederström : Email
Suzanne Cheadle : Email
Freelance translator of Swedish to English, certified by ATA (US) and ATIO (Canada). Literary interests include short stories and fin de siècle writers, especially Hjalmar Söderberg
Martin Birck’s Youth by Hjalmar Söderberg. Translated by Tom Ellett. Norvik Press, UK (2004)
Marna Feldt : Email
Paul Goldsman : Email
My Boys: Summer on a Swedish Island by Gustaf af Geijerstam (Original title: Mina pojkar). Translated by Paul Goldsman. Penfield Press (2015).
“Graybeard the Tomte,” children’s story by Stig Claesson, translation and introduction by Paul Goldsman. Swedish Book Review 2013:2
Favorite Swedish Stories of Hasse Zetterström by Hasse Z. Translated by Paul Goldsman. Penfield Press (2013)
Christian Gullette : Email
Robert Greer : Email
Dana Hamry : Email
Anne-Charlotte Harvey : Email : (619) 461-4926
Translator/dramaturg of plays by Strindberg and Ibsen, also Unga Klara and TITTUT. Specializing in platform translation process for production, from academe to Broadway.
Modern Swedish Design. Three Founding Texts. Includes Beauty in the Home by Ellen Key, translated by Anne-Charlotte Harvey. Museum of Modern Art (2008)
Roger Hinchliffe : Email :
Who have Povel Ramel, Ulf Lundell, Mikael Wiehe, Cornelis Vreeswijk, Olle Adolphson, Hasse&Tage, the estate of Evert Taube and dozens of Swedish TV and film writers turned to repeatedly over the years to reach English-speaking audiences? It’s Roger Hinchliffe. Please visit his website. “Hinchliffe is to be congratulated for releasing the best English anthology of Scandinavian music ever!” (Anne-Charlotte Harvey)
Sweden’s Greatest – CD of immortal song poems of Carl Michael Bellman, Evert Taube, Cornelis Vreeswijk, Ulf Lundell, Mikael Wiehe and others recreated in English. RogeRecords CD1.
Swedes on Love – CD of famous works by Povel Ramel, Olle Adolphson, Nils Ferlin, Gustav Fröding, Dan Andersson, Birger Sjöberg, Tove Jansson in English translation. RogeRecords CD2.
(Both critically acclaimed CDs contain booklets featuring the original Swedish songs and their new English lyrics. Available at www.amanofhiswords.com)
Imagine a Better Life (Tänk dig ett bättre liv) by Annastina Vrethammar, Bokförlaget Trevi, Stockholm
It Would be Nice to be Able to Write (Vore kul att kunna skriva), Tord Schulz-Britt Wikberg, Utbildningsradion, Stockholm
English scripts and/or subtitles of over 200 films and TV shows from Sveriges Television, TV4, UR, Svensk Text, independent filmmakers, company presentations, commercials, private producers…
Margareta Horiba : Email
Reading and translating works by Hjalmar Bergman. Winner of the American Scandinavian Foundation’s 2005 Leif and Inger Sjöberg Translation Prize.
Kira Josefsson : Email
The Nobel Banquet by Gert Klötzke, Niclas Wahlström, Fredrik Eriksson, Karin Bojs, Magnus Skoglöf & Ebba von Sydow. Translated by Alice Klingener. Max Ström (2016)
Active in poetry, fiction, children’s literature with strong interests in music and art. Also a Guild-certified Feldenkrais Practitioner.
Mozart’s Third Brain. Poems by Göran Sonnevi, translated by Rika Lesser. Yale University Press (2010)
New European Poets edited by Kevin Prufer and Wayne Miller. Includes translations by Roger Greenwald and Rika Lesser. Graywolf Press (2008)
A Living Soul by P C Jersild. Translated by Rika Lesser. East Anglia, UK: Norvik Press (2003)
What Became Words by Claes Andersson. Selected, translated and introduced by Rika Lesser. Los Angeles: Sun & Moon Press (1996)
A Child Is Not a Knife: Selected Poems of Göran Sonnevi. Translated by Rika Lesser. Yale University Press (1993). Awarded the 1992 George Bogin Memorial Award from the Poetry Society of America and the 1992 Translation Prize from the American Scandinavian Foundation.
My Sister Lotta and Me. Text by Helena Dahlbäck, illustrations by Charlotte Ramel, in a transformative retelling by Rika Lesser. Henry Holt (1993)
Agnes Cecilia by Maria Gripe. Translated by Rika Lesser. New York: Harper & Row (1990)
Guide to the Underworld by Gunnar Ekelöf. Translated by Rika Lesser. Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press (1982). Awarded the Harold Morton Landon Poetry Translation Prize from the Academy of American Poets, 1982.
Ursula Lindqvist : Email
Michael Meigs : Email
The Elixir of Immortality by Gabi Gleichmann. Translated by Michael Meigs, Other Press (2013)
Author of 12 books in 5 genres, including two collections of older Swedish poetry in translation. I live for half the year on my ex-farm in Kentucky, and the other half in Swarthmore PA.
1982: The annual Translation Prize of the Swedish Academy (Svenska Akademins tolkningspris), for Gentleman, Single, Refined and Selected Poems 1937-1959, by Hjalmar Gullberg (Louisiana State University Press and Norstedts, 1979), edited and translated by Judith Moffett.
Kjerstin Moody : Email
Paul Norlen : Email
Currently President of STiNA
A Darker Sky by Mari Jungstedt & Ruben Eliassen. Amazon Crossing (2016)
Killer Deal by Sofie Sarenbrandt. Stockholm Text (2016)
The Intruder by Håkan Östlundh. Minotaur Books (2015)
The Last Lullaby by Carin Gerhardsen. Penguin Books (2015)
Cinderella Girl by Carin Gerhardsen. Penguin Books (2014)
The Gingerbread House by Carin Gerhardsen. Penguin Books (2013)
Open Grave by Kjell Eriksson. Minotaur Books (2015)
Black Lies, Red Blood by Kjell Eriksson. Minotaur Books (2014)
Some Kind of Peace by Camilla Grebe & Åsa Träff. Free Press (2012)
Tourquai by Tim Davys (Mollisan Town Quarter #3). HarperCollins (2011)
Lanceheim by Tim Davys (Mollisan Town Quarter #2). HarperCollins (2010)
Amberville by Tim Davys (Mollisan Town Quarter #1). HarperCollins (2009)
Between Summer’s Promise and Winter’s End by Leif GW Persson. Pantheon Books (2010)
The Saga of Gösta Berling by Selma Lagerlöf. Penguin Classics (2009)
Sensitiva Amorosa by Ola Hansson. Madison: University of Wisconsin Introductions to Scandinavia (WITS) (2002)
Kathy Saranpa : Email
I am an American (native speaker of English) living in Finland and teaching translation. I specialize in legal and medical translation, but have also translated fiction and many personal letters and other documents. I’m always willing to explore new projects. Swedish is my B-language (near-native fluency).
I am an American living permanently in Sweden. Have translated novels by Kerstin Ekman, Majgull Axelsson, Annika Thor and others.
The Lily Pond by Annika Thor. Translated by Linda Schenck. Delacorte (2012). Award: Batchelder Honor Award
A Faraway Island by Annika Thor. Translated by Linda Schenck. Delacorte (2010). Award: Batchelder Honor Award
God’s Mercy by Kerstin Ekman. Translated by Linda Schenck. University of Nebraska Press (2009)
Eric Swanson :
Katarina Tucker : Email
The American Girl by Monika Fagerholm. Translated by Katarina Tucker. Other Press (2010)
Saskia Vogel : Email
Donald Weaver : Email
Black Banners by August Strindberg. Translated by Donald K. Weaver. Peter Lang (2010)
Laura Wideburg : Website
Co-founder of STiNA
The Fire Dance by Helene Tursten. Translated by Laura Wideburg. Soho Press (2014)
Night Rounds by Helene Tursten. Translated by Laura Wideburg. Soho Press (2011)
Island of the Naked Women by Inger Frimansson. Translated by Laura Wideburg. Pleasure Boat Studio (2009)
Good Night, My Darling by Inger Frimansson. Translated by Laura Wideburg. Pleasure Boat Studio (2007)
Specializing in contemporary fiction. Other translation interests include drama, popular non-fiction, and children’s/young adult literature.
Hitman Anders and the Meaning of It All by Jonas Jonasson. Ecco (2016)
Everything I Don’t Remember by Jonas Hassen Khemiri. Altria (2016)
The Boy in the Shadows by Carl-Johan Vallgren. Translated by Rachel Willson-Broyles. Quercus (2015)
Bad Blood by Arne Dahl. Translated by Rachel-Willson Broyles. Pantheon (2013)
Room no. 10 by Åke Edwardson. Translated by Rachel-Willson Broyles. Simon & Schuster (2013)
Sail of Stone by Åke Edwardson. Translated by Rachel-Willson Broyles. Simon & Schuster (2012)
Strindberg’s Star by Jan Wallentin. Translated by Rachel-Willson Broyles. Viking (2012)
Montecore by Jonas Hassen Khemiri. Translated by Rachel Willson-Broyles. Knopf (2011)