Brazil, Fiction, Theatre
Elton Uliana is a Brazilian translator based in London. He is the co-editor of the Brazilian Translation Club at University College London (UCL). His published work includes short stories by Carla Bessa (Your Impossible Voice, Asymptote, Oxford Anthology of Translation), Ana Maria Machado (Alchemy), Sergio Tavares (Bengaluru Review), Jacques Fux (128Lit, The Fern Review, Tablet), essays by Manuel Querino, Mário Barata and Odorico Tavares (Art in Translation, vol. 14, issue 1, 2022 – Taylor and Francis), as well as forthcoming stories by Conceição Evaristo, Carolina Maria de Jesus, Alê Motta and Carla Bessa (Machetes Under Our Beds: An International Anthology of Words and Writing by Daughters of Latin America, Amistad/HarperCollins).
Comparative Perspectives on the Rise of the Brazilian Novel Translated by Elton Uliana
Ana Maria Machado: Entrevista Translated by Elton Uliana
Daughters of Latin America Translated by Elton Uliana
Brazilian Translation Club Translated by Elton Uliana