It is well known that translators are rare beasts. They tend to conduct their lives in the hermitage of impenetrable caves, sheltered by walls of dictionaries and crumpled words. They usually have naturally “screentanned” faces and measure time by the rhythm of their keyboard clickety-clack. Translators seem to exist on a diet of finger food (mostly nails), although they occasionally may not disdain chocolate bars…Read More
An Italian language service provider with an insatiable passion for translation.