[Translation] Translation request for Brigitte

Alison Wall alison.wall at gmail.com
Mon Jul 27 13:47:29 PDT 2009


Hi Brigitte,

Could you please translate the following bios.

Alison.

Ana Oancea
Ana Oancea was born in Bucharest, Romania and moved to the US in her
early teens. She lived in a quiet town in Northern Virginia and
entertained notions of writing and illustrating comic books. Later she
attended UVA and studied mathematics. She strayed, however, and wrote
her thesis on Charles Baudelaire and the Sex Pistols. After spending a
year in Austria polishing her German, she started Graduate School at
Columbia University, where she specializes in late 19th Century French
literature. She enjoys making miniatures and photographing them in
interesting settings, though it does distract her from her doctoral
research.

Anabel Anaya
I’m 21 yr old Mexican who likes to travel and listen to horror tales,
loves reading Lovecraft, Camus, Sartre, and Victor Hugo, now I’m
loving to read Neil Gaiman’s short stories and poems. I’m studying
Graphic Design 3 year in La Salle university in Mexico. I like to
write short films and make clay puppets.

Anne_Marie Morin_Bérard
Half of the Moonroses Team, national master cosplayers. Been
cosplaying for 6 years and have just started to do international
competition.

Ben Jeapes
Ben is an English Y/A author. His ambition is to live to be 101 and 7
months, so as to reach the 1000th anniversary of the Battle of
Hastings and the arrival of the man responsible for his surname in the
British Isles. Ben’s other ambition is to have descendants of his own
by the time he’s 101, so they can remind him what he’s staying alive
for. He is English and as quietly proud of the fact as you would
expect of the descendant of a Danish mercenary who fought for a bunch
of Norsemen living in northern France.

Beth Meacham
Beth Meacham is an executive editor at Tor Books.

Bob Sojka
Bob has a PhD in soil science and a BA in English. He is a retired
ag/enviro scientist with over 250 technical publications and several
research awards. He is an alum of both Clarion West 2003 and Odyssey
2008. He now writes about half time, between his environmental
consulting and when not tending to the affairs of the Princess Linda
Helgeland nature preserve and vintage Japanese car park near Twin
Falls, ID. He boasts an in-house collection of over 200 sci-fi books,
some of which he has read.



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