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Maria Rajer

Maria Rajer was born in 1987 in Ust-Kamenogorsk (Kazakhstan) and lives in Berlin and Vienna. She studied Slavic and German at the St. Petersburg State University and the Humboldt University in Berlin. Since 2013 she has been working as a freelance literary translator from Russian. Among the authors she has translated are Masha Alechina, Merab Mamardashvili and Andrei Platonov. Maria Rajer also translates regularly for the journalistic online platform dekoder.org.

Pavel Pepperstein: Der Architekt und das goldene Kind. Ciconia Ciconia, Berlin 2016.

Pjotr Pawlenski: Gefängnis des Alltäglichen. Matthes & Seitz, Berlin 2016.

Pjotr Pawlenski: Der bürokratische Krampf und die neue Ökonomie politischer Kunst. Merve, Berlin 2016.

Ira Emets: Wenigstens fünf Schritte. Ciconia Ciconia, Berlin 2017.

Mascha Alechina: Tage des Aufstands. Ciconia Ciconia, Berlin 2017.

Viktor Mazin: Unheimat. Matthes & Seitz, Berlin (im Druck) 2018.

Andrej Platonow: Frühe Schriften. Turia & Kant, Wien (im Druck) 2018.

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