Don Harlow

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Harlow in 2005

Donald Harlow (July 8, 1942 – January 27, 2008) was an active Esperantist and former president of Esperanto-USA (E-USA, formerly Esperanto League for North America or ELNA), and also former editor of ELNA's magazine Esperanto USA. He authored a self-published book on the Esperanto movement, The Esperanto Book, which is available online. He also created the websites Esperanto Access (Esperanto pages for English speakers) and Literaturo en Esperanto, an extensive index of online Esperanto literature.[1]

In 2007, the annual ELNA translation contest was renamed in his honor the Harlow Prize (or Premio Harlow).[2] It was established to celebrate and promote the translation of American literature into Esperanto.


  1. ^ Harlow, Donald. "Esperanto Access". Esperanto USA (in English and Esperanto). Esperanto-USA (a.k.a.) the Esperanto League for North America. Retrieved 13 July 2019.[dead link] Alt URL
  2. ^ "ELNA Announces the Harlow Prize for Translations of American Poetry into Esperanto" Archived 2017-07-16 at the Wayback Machine (dead link, no archive found)

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