Suzanne Heukensfeldt Jansen
Suzanne Heukensfeldt Jansen has been a bilingual freelance translator operating from London since the late 1980s, focussing on literary fiction and non-fiction. She obtained her postgraduate certificate in literary translation from Dutch into English from University College in 2002. In addition to the authors listed below she has translated work by, amongst other: Kader Adbolah, Abdelkader Benali, Thomas Verbogt, Joris van Casteren, Pascal Verbeken, René ten Bos, Sieb Posthuma, Simone Atangana Bekono and Jan Cremer.
Recently translated titles include: 'Confrontations' by Simone Atangana Bekono (2024),
'Colonial Congo. A History in Questions' by Idesbald Goddeeris, Amandine Lauro and Guy Vanthemsche (2023) and 'A Woman’s Heart - Why Femaile Heart Health Really Matters' by Angela Maas (2020).