Sue Burke (b. 1955) is a writer and translator. Her first full-length novel, Semiosis, was published by Tor Books in 2018. The generational tale of a colonizing mission began as a short story in the magazine LC-39 in 1999. In 2017 Burke received the Alicia Gordon Award for Word Artistry in Translation from the American Translators Association for her English translation of an excerpt from Joseph de la Vega’s Confusión de confusiones, written in Spanish in 1688. The book, the first analysis of stock markets ever written, was a commission from Bolsas y Mercados Españoles for an institutional gift.
Burke grew up in Milwaukee, Wisconsin and attended the University of Wisconsin in Milwaukee. She moved with her husband, a trilingual businessman, to Madrid, Spain, in December 1999. She moved to Chicago in July 2016.
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