| Chris Andrews|| Translator|
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Chris Andrews (born 1962) is an Australian translator and writer. He is the first and most prolific translator into English of the work of award-winning writer Roberto Bolaño, whom the New York Times called "the most significant Latin American literary voice of his generation." Bolaño's short story "Police Rat," collected in The Insufferable Gaucho, was dedicated to Andrews and Robert Amutio, who has translated Bolaño's work into French.
In July 2014, Columbia University Press will publish Andrews' book Roberto Bolaño's Fiction: An Expanding Universe, a book of criticism that analyzes Bolaño's themes, techniques, and reception in English translation.
Andrews has also published original poetry, with one collection winning the 2011 Anthony Hecht Poetry Prize.