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Lina Meruane

LINA MERUANE is an award-winning Chilean writer and scholar. She has published two collections of short stories and five novels. Translated by Megan McDowell into English are her latest: Seeing Red (Deep Vellum and Atlantic) and Nervous System (Graywolf and Atlantic). Meruane has written several non-fiction books, among which is her essay on the impact and representation of the AIDS epidemic in Latin American literature, Viral Voyages (Palgrave MacMillan). She received the prestigious Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz Novel Prize (Mexico 2012), the Anna Seghers Prize (Germany, 2011), as well as grants from the Guggenheim Foundation, the National Endowment for the Arts, and a DAAD Writer in Residence in Berlin, among others. She currently teaches Global Cultures and Creative Writing at New York University.



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FROM OUR ARCHIVE: FACES IN A FACE

From the archive

Issue No. 23

Lina Meruane

TR. Andrea Rosenberg

From the archive

Issue No. 23

‘Y todo esto es mío y no lo es, y parezco judía y no lo parezco.’ Margo Glantz, LAS GENEALOGÍAS   ‘So everything is...

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Issue No. 9

Pulitzer Prize-Winning Author James Murphy's Notes on Nicola Morelli Berengo

Francesco Pacifico

TR. Livia Franchini

fiction

Issue No. 9

Biography | Cattolicissimo trio composed of mother father beloved son. God, why doesn’t the English language have an equivalent...

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September 2014

Missing Footage

Raphael Rubinstein

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September 2014

The discovery of absences (lacks, lacunae) and their definition must in turn lead the filmmaker as composer to the...

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October 2014

Noise & Cardboard: Object Collection's Operaticism

Ellery Royston

Object Collection

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October 2014

The set is made of painted cardboard. Four performers grab clothes from a large pile and feedback emanates from...

 

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