John Taylor and his authors

“Translating has helped me to know myself better, to find my genuine literary sensibility. Translating has long been intimately related to my personal writing. I constantly move between translating, reviewing, and writing. ‘Bon qu’à ça,’ as Samuel Beckett put it: ‘Good for nothing else.’”

Read the interview with John Taylor, literary translator, on Authors & Translators.

John Taylor’s translations of Calaferte, Georges Perros & Laurence Werner David have appeared in various issues of The Black Herald.


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