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Montréal, Canada


2010- French Voices Grant (Things Seen) ;

Juries: Governor General’s Literary Awards for Translation, French to English, 2003.

John Glassco Translation Prize 2009, 2010, 2018


Jonathan Kaplansky


Art/Architecture, Children's Books, Comparative Lit/Criticism, Contemporary, Fiction, Francophone, Gender Studies, History, Non-fiction

Recent titles:

  • Ethnopsychiatry, Henri Ellenberger, critical edition by Emmanuel Delille, McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2020
  • The Cry of Vertières: Liberation, Memory, and the Beginning of Haiti, Jean-Pierre Le Glaunec, McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2020
  • Sleepless Nights and Days of Glory, Hélène Rioux, Guernica Editions, 2019
  • Raymond Brousseau and Inuit Art: The Remarkable Journey of an Artist and Collector, John Porter, Varia/Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec, 2018
  • Chemin Saint-Paul, Lise Tremblay, Quattro Books, 2018
  • Parentheses, Lise Gauvin, 2017, Ekstasis Editions
  • Date with Destiny, Hélène Rioux, Guernica Editions, 2016
  • Too Much Light for Samuel Gaska, Étienne Beaulieu, Quattro Books, 2016
  • The Girl Before, the Girl After, Louis-Philippe Hébert, Quattro Books, 2014
  • The Legacy of Tiananmen Square, Michel Cormier, Goose Lane Editions, 2013
  • Things Seen, Annie Ernaux, University of Nebraska Press, 2010
  • Wednesday Night at the End of the World, Hélène Rioux, Cormorant Books, 2009
  • Frank Borzage: The Life and Films of a Hollywood Romantic, Hervé Dumont, McFarland & Company, 2006


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