Philip Stratford was a founding member of the Literary Translators Association of Canada, serving for two years as secretary. Stratford worked in a number of forms and genres, from translating the fiction of Félix Leclerc and the poetry of Robert Melançon, to writing a children’s book, Olive: A Dog -Un chien, and composing his own poetry. He was awarded the 1988 Governor General Literary Prize for Translation for Second Chance (Diane Hébert). For a more in depth biography, please click here.