Linda Frazee Baker
Linda Frazee Baker is a writer and translator. Her translations of works by Ingeborg Bachmann, Max Frisch, and Ödön von Horváth have appeared in The Guardian, Web Conjunctions, Asymptote, Metamorphoses, and InTranslation. Her fiction and creative nonfiction have been published in Michigan Quarterly Review, Drunken Boat, and Sakura Review. She holds a master’s in writing from Johns Hopkins and a PhD in English from UC Berkeley. She is an Assistant Editor at No Man’s Land: New German Literature in English Translation.
Max Frisch was one of the great twentieth century masters of the novel, drama, and journal forms. Born in Switzerland in 1911, he came to prominence after World War II as a literary and public figure unalterably opposed to fascism in all its forms, speaking out on many issues.