Expertise: Literary, academic
Bio: Certified translator and published writer with a B.A. in Literature/Linguistics and an M.A. in Translation. As an author, his short stories have been published in numerous literary magazines including Crossfire (2001) and Other Voices (2008), and in the Oxford Press anthology Fantastic (2003), and his first novel, "Papalotero" was published by Editorial Ink in 2012. For published translations, please see below.
Professional Affiliations and Certifications: Certified Spanish>English translator, ATA Certified PRO with Proz.com Network
Publications: Full-length book translations: Jorge Enrique González Pacheco, "Under the Light of My Blood" (Trafford, 2008) Mario Huacuja, "In the Name of the Son" (Trafford, 2009) José Luis Díaz, "The Whirling of the Serpent" (Antares, 2009) José Manuel Sánchez Bermúdez, "The Neoliberal Pattern of Domination" (Brill, 2012) "The Minotaur's Island" (ADS, 2012). Articles: Reyes Mate, Manuel. “Introduction to Midnight in History.” EssayandScience (2011). Fundación Santillana, Madrid. Pedro, Joan. “The Propaganda Model in the Early 21st Century.” International Journal of Communication 5 (2011). Los Angeles, CA. Díaz, J.L. “Cajal’s Legacy in Mexico.” From Development to Degeneration and Regeneration of the Nervous System. (Eds. C.E. Ribak et al.). New York, NY: Oxford Univ. Press, 2009. Díaz, J.L. “The Game of Life.” Ludus Vitalis. Vol. XV, No. 28 (2007). Mexico, D.F. Numerous online publications.
Education: M.A. (Translation Studies), York University, Toronto, 2012 B.A. (Literary Studies/Linguistics), Deakin University, Melbourne, 2002 B.Teach. (English/TESOL), Deakin University, Melbourne, 2002
Awards: Ontario Graduate Scholarship for research in Translations Studies, 2011 Multi-Languages Corporation Translator Excellence Award, 2009 FONCA (Mexican National Fund for Arts & Culture) Translation Grant, 2008 Alfred Deakin Award for Outstanding Academic Achievement, 2002
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