Emmanuelle Walter Books & Biography
EMMANUELLE WALTER is an independent journalist. She has worked for Liberation, Le Nouvel Observateur, ARTE Radio and Terra eco. Originally from France, she lives in Montreal.
SUSAN OURIOU is an award-winning writer and literary translator working from French and Spanish into English with over 30 literary translations to her credit. She has won Canada’s Governor General’s Award for Literary Translation and been part of the Banff International Literary Translation Centre since its creation. She has also worked as faculty for The Banff Centre’s Indigenous Writing program and is the editor of the 2010 anthology Beyond Words: Translating the World and the 2014 bilingual anthology Languages of Our Land: Indigenous Poems and Stories from Quebec.
CHRISTELLE MORELLI is a literary translator and French immersion teacher. She has translated several works of fiction for publication, including Languages of Our Land: Indigenous Poems and Stories from Quebec. Having lived in Quebec and France, she now makes her home with her family in Western Canada.