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The Premio Valle Inclán for Spanish Translation

Past Winners

2012

Winner: Peter Bush for his translation of Exiled From Almost Everywhere by Juan Goytisolo (Dalkey Archive Press, pictured far right).

Runner-up: Margaret Jull Costa for her translation of Seven Houses in France by Bernardo Axtaga (Harvill Secker).

2011

Winner: Frank Wynne for Kamchatka by Marcelo Figueras (Atlantic)

Runner-up: Margaret Jull Costa for The Sickness by Alberto Barrera Tyszka (Maclehose Press)

2010

Margaret Jull Costa for Your Face Tomorrow 3: Poison, Shadow and Farewell by Javier Marías (Chatto) and

Christopher Johnson for the Selected Poetry of Francisco de Quevedo (University of Chicago Press).

2009

Winner: Margaret Jull Costa for The Accordionist's Son by Bernardo Atxaga (Harvill Secker)

Runner up: Edith Grossman for Happy Families by Carlos Fuentes (Bloomsbury)

2008

Winner: Nick Caistor for The Past by Alan Pauls (Harvill Secker)

and John Dent-Young for Selected Poems by Luis de Góngora (The University of Chicago Press)

2007

Winer: Nick Caistor for The Sleeping Voice by Dulce Chacón (Harvill Secker/Alfaguara)

Runner up: John Cullen for Lies by Enrique de Hériz (Weidenfeld/Edhasa)

2006

Winner: Margaret Jull Costa for Your Face Tomorrow 1: Fever and Spear by Javier Marias (Chatto & Windus)

Runner up: Sonia Soto for The Oxford Murders by Guillermo Martinez (Abacus)

2005

Winner: Chris Andrews for Distant Star by Roberto Bolaño (Harvill)

Runner up: Margaret Jull Costa for The Man of Feeling by Javier Marías (Harvill)

2004

Winner: Anne McLean for Soldiers of Salamis by Javier Cercas (Bloomsbury)

2003

Winner: Sam Richard for Not Only Fire by Benjamin Prado (Faber and Faber)

2002

Winner: John Rutherford for Don Quixote by Miguel Cervantes (Penguin)

Runner up: Margaret Sayers Peden for Portrait in Sepia by Isabel Allende (Flamingo)

2001

Winner: Timothy Adès for Homer in Cuernavaca by Alfonso Reyes (Edinburgh University Press)

Runner up: Edith Grossman for The Messenger by Mayra Montero (Harvill)

2000

Winner: Sonia Soto for Winter in Lisbon by Antonio Muñoz Molina (Granta)

Runner up: Margaret Sayers Peden for Daughter of Fortune by Isabel Allende (Flamingo)

1999

Winner: Don Share for I Have Lots of Heart by Miguel Hernández (Bloodaxe)

1997

Winner: Peter Bush for The Marx Family Saga by Juan Goytisolo (Faber)

 

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