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- Nanette McGuinness‘s translation from the French of the graphic novel Luisa: Now and Then (adapted by Carol Maurel, released June 2018) received a starred review from Publishers Weekly.
- Adrianne Swartz was awarded the title of CoreCHI™ Professional by the Certification Commission for Healthcare Interpreters (CCHI) in the fall of 2017.
- Carolyn Yohn‘s translation from the Hungarian of the book Soul Stories is now in print.
- Stephanie Strobel‘s translation of Bruce Benamran’s How to Speak Science: Gravity, Relativity, and Other Ideas That Were Crazy Until Proven Brilliant will be published on September 4, 2018. Enjoy a romp through science from Aristotle through Quantum Physics, and find out how magnets work, whether light is made of waves or particles, and more.
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- Eve Lindemuth Bodeux has had several translations of children’s stories published for La Dentellière Editions Numériques, a publishing house based in France. Titles include Stories and Magic Dust, It’s Water, Not Words!, The Doray Family and adaptations of The Fairies and Thumbelina. The original French texts and translations are available in iTunes across the world.
- Rhoda B. Miller is pleased to announce that her translation of a French book has been published in the United States. Que Veut la Chine ? De Mau au Capitalisme by François Godement (originally published in France by Odile Jacob, 2012), is now available on US bookshelves under the title Contemporary China: Between Mao and Market (Rowman & Littlefield, August 2015). Rhoda won a subsidy from France’s Centre National du Livre for this translation.
- Samantha Mowry was certified in July 2015 as a French-to-English translator by the American Translators Association.
- Patrice Van Hyle’s translation “Genotoxic Risk Assessment Among Nurses Handling Cytostatic Drugs” of the article “Évaluation du risque génotoxique chez les infirmiers manipulant les cytostatiques,” originally published in Annales de Biologie Clinique, will be published by the National Institutes of Health’s Library. Patrice was also profiled in a feature story in the business section of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel in March 2015. Click here to see the article.