Willa Anderson Muir was a Scottish novelist, essayist and translator.
Born Wilhelmina Johnston Anderson in Montrose in 1890. She studied Classics at the University of St Andrews, graduating in 1910. In 1919 she married the poet Edwin Muir.
Her book Women: An Inquiry is a book-length feminist essay.
- Imagined Corners (1931)
- Mrs Ritchie (1933)
Translations as Agnes Neill Scott
- Boyhood and Youth by Hans Carossa (1931)
- A Roumanian Diary by Hans Carossa (1929)
- Doctor Gion, etc. by Hans Carossa (1933)
- Life Begins by Christa Winsloe (1935)
- The Child Manuela by Christa Winsloe (1934)
Translations by Willa and Edwin Muir
- Power by Lion Feuchtwanger, New York, Viking Press, 1926.
- The Ugly Duchess: A Historical Romance by Lion Feuchtwanger, London, Martin Secker, 1927.
- Two Anglo-Saxon Plays: The Oil Islands and Warren Hastings', by Lion Feuchtwanger, London, Martin Secker, 1929.
- Success: A Novel by Lion Feuchtwanger, New York, Viking Press, 1930.
- The Castle by Franz Kafka, London, Martin Secker, 1930.
- The Sleepwalkers: A Trilogy by Hermann Broch, Boston, MA, Little, Brown & Company, 1932.
- Josephus by Lion Feuchtwanger, New York, Viking Press, 1932.
- Salvation by Sholem Asch, New York, G.P. Putnam’s Sons, 1934.
- The Hill of Lies by Heinrich Mann, London, Jarrolds, 1934.
- Mottke, the Thief by Sholem Asch, New York, G.P. Putnam’s Sons, 1935.
- The Unknown Quantity by Hermann Broch, New York, Viking Press, 1935.
- The Jew of Rome: A Historical Romance by Lion Feuchtwanger, London, Hutchinson, 1935.
- The Loom of Justice by Ernst Lothar, New York, G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1935.
- Night over the East by Erik von Kuehnelt-Leddihn, London, Sheed & Ward, 1936.
- Amerika by Franz Kafka, New York, Doubleday/New Directions, 1946
- The Trial by Franz Kafka, London, Martin Secker, 1937, reissued New York, The Modern Library, 1957.
- Metamorphosis and Other Stories by Franz Kafka, Harmondsworth, Penguin Books, 1961.