Daila Ozola (1969) is a translator of Estonian literature into Latvian. She was born to an Estonian mother and a Latvian (Latgalian) father. At home they spoke Estonian. After acquiring a bachelor’s degree in nursery school teaching, she worked at a Waldorf kindergarten. In 2018, Ozola defended her master’s thesis titled “Translation’s Journey to the Reader: Estonian Children’s Literature and Mika Keränen”. Concurrently, she began studying the practical translation of Estonian literature into Latvian from Contra, Guntars Godiņš, and Maima Grīnberga.
Mika Keränen. The Finnish Pizza
Edgar Valter. The Story of the Nice Dragon Iustus and the Princess Minimin
Kadri Hinrikus. Dachshund and Dane