Your basket is empty.
Ellen Jones is a researcher, editor, and translator from Spanish, currently based in Mexico City. She has a BA and an MSt from the University of Oxford, and a PhD from Queen Mary University of London. She writes about multilingualism and contemporary Latin American literature, including for publications like The Guardian, the Times Literary Supplement and the Irish Times. Her translation of Rodrigo Fuentes’s short story collection Trout, Belly Up is published by Charco Press and was shortlisted for the Translators Association First Translation Prize 2019.