I'm primarily a literary translator and work exclusively from Russian into English, although I am looking to do more involved in commercial translation (by which I mean non-literary translation).
I also offer proofreading, copy-editing and content-writing services.
Translation credits include:
Rock, Paper, Scissors: And Other Stories by Maxim Osipov, co-translated with Boris Dralyuk and Alex Fleming (NYRB, 2019)
to a collection of work by Teffi, edited by Robert Chandler and forthcoming in 2020
Galosh” and “Poverty” by Mikhail Zoshchenko (Short Story Project: 2017)
"How the Old Woman Tried to Buy Ink" by Daniil Kharms (Short Story Project, 2017)
Socrates and the Daemons by Yuri Luzhkin, co-translated with Melanie Moore (2016)
Rasputin and Other Ironies by Teffi, co-translated with Robert Chandler and Rose France (Pushkin Press, 2016; NYRB, 2016 as Tolstoy, Rasputin, Others and Me)
Memories by Teffi, co-translated with Robert and Elizabeth Chandler and Irina Steinberg (NYRB and Pushkin Press, 2016)
"Heads of Tails? Sorry, this isn't football" by Viktor Mazin in The Very Last Time: an anthology of new writing edited by Lawrence Epps and Holly Corfield Carr (Cambridge, 2015)
“Bird Cherry Pie” by Olga Slavnikova in The Novel of the World (Mondadori, May 2015)
“Two Brothers” by Yevgeny Shvarts (Ma’aboret, 2015)
“The Cashier” and “An Unexpected Bender” by Daniil Kharms (Ma’aboret, 2014)
Five Poems from Sergej Timofejev (Cordite Poetry Review, July 2014: http://cordite.org.au/translations/jackson-timofejev/)
“Yavdokha” by Teffi (Chtenia, July 2014)
Subtly Worded by Teffi (Pushkin Press, 2014)
“Kiev’s Militant Spring” by Alexei Nikitin (PEN Atlas, 2014: http://www.englishpen.org/kievs-militant-spring/)
“And Time Was No More” by Teffi (The Stinging Fly, No 27, Spring 2014)
"Gustav Klucis: A Pioneer of Multimedia Design" by Aleksandr Shklyaruk in Re-Constructivism, ed. John Milner and Elena Sudakova (GRAD Publishing, 2013)
Istemi by Alexei Nikitin (Peter Owen, 2013)
"Moscow - Petrozavodsk" by Maxim Osipov (The White Review, September 2012: http://www.thewhitereview.org/fiction/moscow-petrozavodsk/)
Short stories by Victoria Chukarneeva in Still Waters Run Deep: Young Women's Writing from Russia (Glas New Russian Writing, 2012).