Peter Bush is an award-winning translator who lives in Oxford. His translations from Spanish include Valle-Inclán’s Tyrant Banderas, García Lorca’s Sketches of Spain: Impressions and Landscapes, and García Ortega’s Desolation Island. His translation of Quim Monzó’s A Thousand Morons is just out and other fiction from Catalan will soon follow: his wife Teresa Solana’s The Sound of One Hand Killing and Mercè Rodoreda’s In Diamond Square. His first translation was Juan Goytisolo’s Forbidden Territory. He has translated a dozen books by Goytisolo and is currently working on his poetry.
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