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Tatiana Ivanova: First Translated Book Published Weeks after Graduation
June 20, 2011
Tatiana Ivanova (MATI ’11) graduated in May from the very demanding Translation and Interpretation degree program at the Monterey Institute. As if that was not enough of a challenge, she somehow found time in between classes and assignments to work on a translation of the 1989 award-winning novel Holes by Louis Sachar into Russian. Her translation was published by the Russian Children’s publishing house Pink Giraffe in the beginning of June, less than a month after she received her master’s degree. Tatiana has already started translating her next book for the publishing house, Because of Mr. Terupt by Rob Buyea. Not a bad start to what is sure to be a wonderful career!
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