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Alice Tetley-Paul

Alice Tetley-Paul studied German with Dutch at the University of Sheffield before gaining an MA in Literary Translation from the University of East Anglia. She was the Translator in Residence for the New Dutch Writing campaign (2019-2021) and has led translation workshops for schools, universities and book festivals. Her translated works include A Biography of the Uterus by Corien van Zweden and Marlies Bongers, We Are Our Hormones by Max Nieuwdorp, In Search of Sleep by Bregje Hofstede and a co-translation (with Anna Asbury) of My Name is Selma by Selma van de Perre. She also translates excerpts and other promotional materials for Dutch and Flemish publishers.