Steven Rendall

Steven Rendall is a freelance translator from French and German with more than fifty book translations to his credit. He lives in southwestern France and visits Berlin whenever he can. His translation of Marcel BĂ©nabou‘s novel Jacob, Menahem, and Mimoun: A Family Epic won the Jewish Book Council’s Sandra Brand and Arik Weintraub Award in 1999, and his translation of Harald Weinrich‘s Lethe: The Art and Critique of Forgetting won the MLA’s Aldo and Jeanne Scaglione Prize in 2005. His translations of selected poems from Harald Weinrich‘s Das Leben und Lesen der Tiere: Ein Bestiarium recently appeared in Words Without Borders . (2010)


Winter 2011 (Issue 06), You Worry Too Much
Winter 2010 (Issue 05), Fairground
Winter 2009 (Issue 04), Say Shibboleth