Frank Wynne is a writer and literary translator. Wynne was born in Ireland but moved to France in 1984, and to London three years later. His publications include the non-fiction work I Was Vermeer (2007) and numerous literary translations including Camille (2015), Pig’s Foot (2015), In the Beginning was the Sea (2015), Sila’s Fortune (2014), Irène (2014), The Siege (2014), The Patagonian Hare ( 2013), The German Mujahid (2009), Mammals (2006), Platform (2004), Atomised (2002), The Elementary Particles (2001). He is the recipient of the CWA International Dagger for Pierre Lematre’s Camille (2015), and Arturo Pérez-Reverte’s The Siege (2014). Wynne is also the recipient of the Premio Valle Inclán for Alonso Cueto’s The Blue Hour (2014), the Scott Monscieff Prize for Frédéric Beigbeder’s Holiday in a Coma/Love Lasts Three Years (2008), and numerous other awards.
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Read The Guardian’s review of I Was Vermeer (2006).
Read The Independent’s review of In the Beginning was the Sea (2015).
Read The Independent’s review of The Occupation Trilogy (2015).
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