Excerpt from Heretics, March 2017
Jason Sheehan on Heretics, March 2017
P. Scott Cunningham on Leapfrog, Spring 2014
Álvaro Enrigue on The Man Who Loved Dogs, January 2014
Excerpt from The Halfway House, December 2012
Anna Kushner has translated the works of Phillipe Dubath, Laura Erber, Jorge Ferrer, Norberto Fuentes, Pablo Gutiérrez, Jorge Enrique Lage, Leonardo Padura, Raúl Rivero, Santiago Roncagliolo, Guillermo Rosales, and Gonçalo Tavares for book-length publications, anthologies and literary magazines. She has also translated numerous pieces for non-profit organizations such as PEN American Center. In 2012, Palgrave Macmillan published her translation of The Guatemalan Truth Commission Report, edited by Daniel Rothenberg, under the title Memory of Silence.
Anna earned a degree in Spanish Literature and International Relations from the University of Pennsylvania and holds a master's degree from Columbia University. She has called the cities of Paris, Seville, and Madrid home and is now based in New York.
Interview with Deborah Kalb, March 2017
A la recherche de Ramón Mercader (perdu), in Cuba Counterpoints, June 2015
Anna Kushner: Literary Midwifery, in Guernica Magazine, April 2014
Interview with New Directions, June 22, 2010