Elizabeth Harris translates contemporary Italian fiction. Her translated books include Mario Rigoni Stern’s novel Giacomo’s Seasons (Autumn Hill Books), Giulio Mozzi’s story collection This Is the Garden (Open Letter Books), and Antonio Tabucchi’s novels Tristano Dies and For Isabel: A Mandala (both with Archipelago Books). For her various translations of Tabucchi, she has won a PEN/Heim Translation Fund Grant, an NEA Translation Fellowship, The Italian Prose in Translation Award, and the National Translation Award. She is currently translating Tabuc-chi’s collection Stories with Pictures (forthcoming with Archipelago) and Francesco Pacifico’s novel The Women I Love (forthcoming with Farrar, Straus and Giroux).
With generous support from the Department Comparative Literature and Folklore Studies, the Creative Writing Program, the Anonymous Fund and the Department of French & Italian