Marjeta Drobnič is a freelancer who translates from Spanish into Slovene and vice versa. She has translated works by Javier Marías, Bernard Atxaga, Fernando Savater, Jorge Luis Borges, Juan Manuel de Prada, Juan Eslava Galán, Eduardo Laga, Carmen Martín Gaite, Federico García Lorco, Patxo Telleria and Juan Mayorga, Kirmen Uribe, Andrés Neuman, Andrej Blatnik, Alojz Ihan, Drago Jančar, Brane Mozetič, Evald Flisar, Jani Virk and Zorko Simčič. In 2011 she was awarded the ESASI Prize for Vročica in sulica, the Slovenian translation of Javier Marías’ novel Fever and Spear (volume 1 of the three-part novel Your Face Tomorrow); the prize is presented biennially by the Embassy of Spain in Ljubljana. She has participated in several round tables and at presentations of Slovenian and foreign authors in Slovenia and abroad. She leads a translation workshop organized by the Public Fund for Cultural Activities of the Republic of Slovenia.