Translator Ann Marie Boulanger was born in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, to an anglophone mother and a francophone father. After earning a college diploma in liberal arts, she heard about an acquaintance who was studying translation… and that’s when the lightbulb went off!
After graduating with a bachelor’s degree in translation from Montreal’s Concordia University, she was hired by start-up translation firm Traduction Proteus Inc., which she now owns. When she’s not translating novels and children’s books, Ann Marie is an accomplished medical translator.
A life-long learner, Ann Marie earned an MA in translation studies from Concordia in 2018. She is a mentor, a trainer, and a part-time lecturer in translation studies at McGill University. Her first literary translation, The Woman in Valencia, by Annie Perreault, was named a World Literature Today Notable Translation of 2021. She lives in Montreal with her son.
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