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Jennifer Croft

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Jennifer Croft won the Man Booker International Prize for her translation from Polish of Nobel laureate Olga Tokarczuk's Flights. She is the author of Homesick, a Saroyan Prize winner, and numerous pieces in the New York Times, the Los Angeles Review of Books, the Paris Review Daily, and elsewhere. 

She holds a PhD in Comparative Literary Studies from Northwestern University and an MFA in Literary Translation from the University of Iowa.


Genres: Mystery
New and upcoming books
Jennifer Croft recommends
All Our Yesterdays (2024)
Joel H Morris
"A gorgeous evocation of a mother and son in a prison of their own too-powerful story, All Our Yesterdays is a triumph of both research and imagination, a heartbreaking and revelatory read."
Float Up, Sing Down (2024)
Laird Hunt
"In Float Up, Sing Down, Hunt offers us access to the deepest secrets of the members of a small twentieth-century community in rural Indiana, showing the glory of the quotidian and allowing us to revel in the rare and spectacular cadences of inward narration as characters' minds race ahead of events and conversations while also zipping back and up and down and around. A sweet, sensitive, subtle masterpiece."

Books containing stories by Jennifer Croft
The Best Short Stories 2022 (2022)
(O. Henry Prize Stories)
edited by
Valeria Luiselli

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