Elizabeth Bryer

Elizabeth Bryer

is a writer and translator.

About Elizabeth Bryer

is a writer and translator. Blood of the Dawn, her translation of Claudia Salazar Jiménez’s Americas Prize–winning debut, is out with Deep Vellum (North America) and in 2017 she is the recipient of a PEN/Heim grant to translate Aleksandra Lun’s The Palimpsests. She is also working on bringing Enrique Verástegui’s body of work into English, and is translations editor of The Lifted Brow’s book imprint and flagship print quarterly. Her short fiction, essays and translations have appeared in Seizure, Best Australian Science Writing, Meanjin, Griffith Review, Etchings, Hotel Amerika, Overland, Words without Borders and elsewhere.

Articles about Elizabeth Bryer

Articles by Elizabeth Bryer

Signs Preceding the End of the World by Yuri Herrera

In This Fruitful Darkness

‘Yuri Herrera’s novella Señales que precederán al fin del mundo is a special case: a work for which translation is a logical extension of its rationale. What I mean is this: when a work is so concerned with arduous journeys, borders, transculturalism and the underworld, reading a version of that work rebirthed in a new form after it has undergone its own transformation is quite fitting.’ Elizabeth Bryer on Signs Preceding the End of the World.