Fiona Rintoul is a writer and translator based in Glasgow in Scotland. She writes fiction and articles, and translates from German and French into English.
Fiona’s poems and short stories have appeared in anthologies and magazines, including Mslexia and Gutter, and she is a past winner of the Gillian Purvis New Writing Award and the Sceptre Prize. She is currently working on a translation of Erziehung vor Verdun by Arnold Zweig, which will be published by Freight Books in 2014 to mark the 100th anniversary of the start of the first world war.
Fiona’s journalism concentrates on financial topics, particularly emerging markets and European issues, but she also writes travel pieces and reviews. She has a particular interest in Germany and is a past participant in the IJP British-German Journalists Exchange programme.
Together with Felicity Parsons, Fiona offers writing training through Fund Writing. If you would like more information about Fund Writing, please visit the web site.