Bradley Harmon is a writer, translator and scholar of Nordic and German literature. His translations have appeared in journals such as Poetry, Astra, Firmament, Cincinnati Review, Denver Quarterly, Plume, Words Without Borders, and Swedish Book Review, among others. In 2021 he was invited to attend the Översättargruvan translation workshop in Sweden. In 2022 his translation of Roskva Koritzinsky’s ‘I Haven’t Yet Seen the World’ was awarded second place for the Anne Frydman Translation Prize and published in the Chicago Review. He lives in Baltimore and is a PhD candidate at Johns Hopkins University, where he also co-organizes the JHU Translation Circle and has taught classes in German, philosophy, literature, and gender studies.
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