by Eva Gudbergsdottir

Fiona Maloney-McCrystle; Ardyn Clayton; Isabel Gonzalez Gutiérrez, and Eric Holman
Middlebury Institute students Fiona Maloney-McCrystle; Ardyn Clayton; Isabel Gonzalez Gutiérrez, and Eric Holman, whose translations were published in a recent issue of Latin American Literature Today.

Four Middlebury Institute students have translations published in the most recent issue of Latin American Literature Today.
 

The students are Fiona Maloney-McCrystle MATI '21; Ardyn Clayton MATI '21; Isabel Gonzalez Gutiérrez MATI '21, and Eric Holman MATI '21. 

"These are all translations of academic book reviews, written by experts in the field of Latin American Literature," explains Professor George Henson. "Each review posed translation issues, both lexical and syntactic, which the students resolved masterfully. I’m very proud of them."

Each review posed translation issues, both lexical and syntactic, which the students resolved masterfully. I’m very proud of them.
— Professor George Henson

Latin American Literature Today (LALT) publishes outstanding works of contemporary Latin American literature, both in English and in Spanish. As an affiliate of the prestigious literary journal WLT (World Literature Today), we keep on their commitment to making great writing accessible to a local and international audience. Our main focus is the vibrant and multifaceted literature of contemporary Latin America. We publish translated materials from the pages of WLT and new content exclusive to LALT. The work is performed by a network of professional writers, editors, and translators from Latin America and the United States.

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Eva Gudbergsdottir
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