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CAROLINA ORLOFF
Originally from Buenos Aires and now based in Edinburgh, Carolina Orloff is an experienced translator and researcher in Latin American literature, who has published extensively on the writer Julio Cortázar as well as on literature, cinema, politics and translation theory. In 2016, after obtaining her PhD and working in the academic sector for several years, Carolina co-founded Charco Press where she acts as publishing director and main editor. She is also the co-translator of Ariana Harwicz’s Die, My Love, one of Charco’s inaugural titles, longlisted for the Man Booker International 2018 and shortlisted for the Republic of Consciousness Prize.


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poetry

September 2012

Interview

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poetry

September 2012

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feature

July 2011

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feature

July 2011

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fiction

December 2016

The Giving Up Game

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fiction

December 2016

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