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Nataly Kelly: This book was inspired by the work that interpreters and translators do every day. Because Jost is a working English-to-German translator and I have a background as a Spanish interpreter, we had plenty of our own stories to draw on.

However, we were most inspired by our many colleagues who work in other areas of the field - translating everything from machinery repair manuals to love letters and websites. NK: Even though Jost and I were pretty familiar with the diversity of the translation field, we have to admit that even we were surprised at how much translation influences the ways in which we live.

Not many people know that even NASA relies on interpreters, that translation helps prevent public health outbreaks, or that the latest fashion trends are heavily influenced by translation. Translation can truly be found in every nook and cranny of our lives. It's a collection of poems written by Zen monks and haiku poets during their very last moments of life. I know it might sound morbid, but I'm interested in cultural views of various aspects of health, including end-of-life situations, and this is a fascinating glimpse into a culture that is quite distant from my own.

NK: I'm keeping busy with my research at Common Sense Advisory, but in my spare time, I'll continue writing and translating. I am her translator, so she has asked me to translate about 80 poems of hers into English. I can't wait for English readers to hear more of her voice.

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Nataly Kelly: This book was inspired by the work that interpreters and translators do every day. Because Jost is a working English-to-German translator and I have a background as a Spanish interpreter, we had plenty of our own stories to draw on. However, we were most inspired by our many colleagues who work in other areas of the field - translating everything from machinery repair manuals to love letters and websites. NK: Even though Jost and I were pretty familiar with the diversity of the translation field, we have to admit that even we were surprised at how much translation influences the ways in which we live. Not many people know that even NASA relies on interpreters, that translation helps prevent public health outbreaks, or that the latest fashion trends are heavily influenced by translation.

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Boy, was I mistaken! Each page, from the very first to the last, surprised me with one fascinating fact after the other. And the authors somehow managed to present that cornucopia of information in such a user-friendly, easy-to-read manner that I found it difficult to put down the book before I reached the end, and then I wished for more. The chapters are one to three pages long, the style is devoid of technical jargon, conversational, and humor-filled. What is the yearly value of translations done worldwide? What percentage of U. Which is the world's most translated official document?

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