He translated several important Czech poetry works of the 20th century into English, including Czech poetry, including Jaroslav Seifert, Vítězslav Nezval, Miroslav Holub and Jan Skácel. He also translated several German-language authors such as Thomas Bernhard, as well as Macedonian-language books (Mateja Matevski), poetry of the Silesian poet Ondra Lysohorsky, and two major Slovak poets, Miroslav Válek and Milan Rúfus.
- European Poetry Translation Prize
- Amanda Hopkinson (5 November 2011). "Ewald Osers: Poet, translator and stalwart of the World Service - Obituaries - News". London: The Independent. Retrieved 2011-11-06.
- Obituary of Ewald Osers
- Passing of a translation era
- Ewald Osers
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