Sophie Hughes' translations have appeared in Asymptote Journal, Words Without Borders, PEN Atlas, the Guardian and The White Review. She has also written for the Times Literary Supplement, Dazed & Confused, Music & Literature and the Literary Review. In 2015 she was awarded the British Centre for Literary Translation prose mentorship. She has also translated novels by Iván Repila, Laia Jufresa, and Rodrigo Hasbún.
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