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Jessica Moore is an author and a translator. She is a former Lannan writer-in-residence, a Banff International Literary Translation Centre fellow, and winner of a PEN America Translation Award for her translation of Turkana Boy, the poetic novel by Jean-François Beauchemin. Jessica’s first collection of poems, Everything, now, was published with Brick Books in 2012. She is VP for Ontario for the Literary Translators’ Association of Canada. She is also a songwriter – her debut album, “Beautiful in Red,” was released in 2013.
photo: Elisa Julia Gilmour
April 2017 : Mend the Living wins Wellcome Book Prize!
June 2016 : Two new reviews of Mend the Living
January 2016 : A look at what’s coming this spring
February 2015 : Book Review: Birth of a Bridge in the Bull Calf
February 2015 : Book Review: Birth of a Bridge in Three Percent
January 2015 : Book Review: Birth of a Bridge in the Vancouver Sun
January 2015 : Our Best of 2014, According to the Year-End Lists
November 2014 : Launched! Our Fall 2014 “Septuplets”
November 2014 : Book Review: Birth of a Bridge in the Wall Street Journal
November 2014 : T-Minus One Week to Talon’s Fall 2014 Launch!
October 2014 : Two Major American Reviews for Birth of a Bridge
September 2014 : 100 Ebooks Published!
July 2014 : Birth of a Bridge Has Arrived!
July 2014 : Our Fall 2014 Lineup!
Winner, PEN America Translation Award (2012)
We gratefully acknowledge the financial support of the Canada Council for the Arts; the Government of Canada through the Canada Book Fund (CBF); and the Province of British Columbia through the British Columbia Arts Council for our publishing activities.