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Caroline Wilcox Reul

Caroline Wilcox Reul is a freelance lexicographer and translator. She has a MA in computational linguistics and German language and literature from the Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität in Munich. Her translation of Wer lebt by Elisabeth Borchers was published by Tavern Books in May 2017 under the title Who Lives. The Broadsided Press published a bilingual broadside of Borchers’ “Der Schweigsame” (“The Silent One”) in 2016, and her translations of the poet Carl-Christian Elze are forthcoming in Tupelo Quarterly and Poetry International.

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