Jamie Richards (born 1980) is an American literary translator. Born and raised in Southern California, she has translated numerous literary works from Italian and also translates from Spanish. She first studied translation with Lawrence Venuti at Temple University Rome and thereafter earned an MFA in literary translation at the University of Iowa in 2004 and a PhD in Comparative Literature at the University of Oregon in 2012.
- Andrea Inglese, Paris Is a Desire (Bridge Prize 2017).
- Manuele Fior, Red Ultramarine (Fantagraphics, 2018).
- Ana Galvañ, Press Enter to Continue (Fantagraphics, 2018).
- Davide Reviati, Spit Three Times (Seven Stories Press, 2018).
- Andrea Ferraris, The Scar (Fantagraphics, 2018).
- Lorenzo Mattotti and Jerry Kramsky, Garlandia (Fantagraphics, 2018).
- Gipi, Land of the Sons (Fantagraphics, 2018).
- Manuele Fior, Blackbird Days (Fantagraphics, 2018).
- Andrea Ferraris, Churubusco (Fantagraphics, 2018).
- Zerocalcare, Kobane Calling (Lion Forge, 2017).
- Matteo Bussola, Sleepless Nights and Kisses for Breakfast (TarcherPerigee, 2017).
- Manuele Fior, The Interview (Fantagraphics, 2017).
- Paolo Bacilieri, FUN (SelfMadeHero, 2017).
- Igiaba Scego, Adua (New Vessel Press, 2017).
- Igort, The Japanese Notebooks (Chronicle Books, forthcoming 2017).
- Arturo Benvenuti, KZ: Drawings from the Nazi-Fascist Concentration Camps (Skyhorse Publishing, 2016).
- Powerpaola, Virus Tropical (2d Cloud, 2016).
- Manuele Fior, 5,000 km per Second (Fantagraphics, 2016).
- Igort, The Ukrainian & Russian Notebooks (Simon & Schuster, 2016).
- Marco Arnaudo, Superhero Comics: Myth, Ethics, and Narrative Strategies (Johns Hopkins University Press, 2013).
- Viktor Shklovsky and Serena Vitale, Viktor Shklovsky: Witness to an Era (Dalkey Archive Press, 2012).
- Giovanni Orelli, Walaschek’s Dream (Dalkey Archive Press, 2012).
- Nicolai Lilin, Free Fall (Canongate Books, 2011); reprinted as Sniper (W.W. Norton, 2012).
- Giancarlo Pastore, Jellyfish (Xenos Books, 2008).
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