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Toni Pollard

Authors / Translator


A teacher and translator of Indonesian. Her previous translations include three novels: Mirah of Banda by Hanna Rambe, Departures by Nh Dini, and Above the Day, Below the Night by Putu Oka Sukanta. Since 2008, Pollard has been a regular contributor of translations for the Ubud Writers and Readers Festival bilingual publication.

In the Headlines


Manifestations of Water

Asymptote / Translations
Jul 01, 2023

Translating Gender Fluidity in Clara Ng’s “Meteors”

Words Without Borders / As Seen On
Mar 18, 2019

Meteors

Words Without Borders / Translations
Mar 05, 2019

Tears

IDWRITERS / Translations
Oct 14, 2016

Mother’s Heaven

IDWRITERS / Translations
Oct 14, 2016

The Groom’s Price

IDWRITERS / Translations
Oct 14, 2016

IDWRITERS

IDWRITERS / Translations
Aug 01, 2015


Books — or in Translation(s)/Editing(s)



Work(s) in Translation


Meteors, by Clara Ng, published in Writing from Indonesia (Mar 05, 2019)

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