Mitchell, Cajsa

Cajsa Mitchell was born in Gothenburg, Sweden, in 1945. While working and living abroad in countries like England, the USA and Italy in the 1960s and 1970s she acquired a vast experience of language on different social levels and in significantly different environments.

Since 1989 she is a member of the Swedish Writers´ Union and has, since 1986, been a literary translator from Norwegian and English, translating writers like Lionel Shriver, Jamil Ahmad, Michael Pollan, Unni Wikan, Steinar Sørlle, Jon Michelet, Dag Solstad and Erika Fatland.

She lives in Uppsala where she has also been teaching child welfare, child psychology and education.

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