About me in real life
My name is Daniel Šebesta. I live in Prague, Czech Republic. I am a linguist with an academic background in Czech and German linguistics. I work as an English-to-Czech and German-to-Czech translator specialized in marketing, IT, and renewable energy. I am a member of the American Translators Association (ATA), the Czech Union of Interpreters and Translators (JTP), the Modern Language Association, and ProZ.com. I have co-authored several printed dictionaries and lectured and written about typography and punctuation.
The best way to contact me is by e-mail at danielsebesta[at]gmail[dot]com.
- See Wanderings.
About me on Wikipedia
Articles and pages I started
Czech language and literature: Viktor Dyk | Arne Novák | Jakub Arbes | Jindřich Šimon Baar | Petr Bezruč | Ivan Blatný | Bedřich Bridel | Konstantin Biebl | Karel Matěj Čapek-Chod | Jan Drda | Josef Barák | Jan Blahoslav | Jaroslav Durych | Hana Andronikova | Jan František Beckovský | Karel Slavoj Amerling | Category:Czech translators | Czech Language Institute | Czech studies | Vavřinec Benedikt z Nudožer | Michal Ajvaz | Template:User wikics | Jan Gebauer
German language and literature: Gerhard Wahrig
Articles I significantly rewrote/reorganized
Czech literature: Alois Jirásek | List of Czech writers | Michal Viewegh | Ludvík Aškenazy | Daniel Adam z Veleslavína | Otokar Březina | Vítězslav Nezval | Antonín Sova | Prokop František Šedivý | Fráňa Šrámek | Karel Václav Rais | František Halas
American literature: List of novelists from the United States
Contributions to Commons
- See Gallery.