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Nara Vidal
NARA VIDAL was born in Minas Gerais, Brazil in 1974. Her fiction work includes short stories, novels and children's literature. Her first novel Sorte won the Oceanos Award in 2019 and is translated into Dutch and Spanish. She works as editor of Capitolina Revista, for which has been awarded an APCA (Association of Art Critics of São Paulo Award). She is a columnist for the Culture Supplement at Tribuna de Minas and for Jornal Rascunho. Her latest book of short stories, Mapas para Desaparecer, was shortlisted for the Jabuti Awards.  She lives in the UK.

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Carmen

Fiction

January 2022

Nara Vidal

TR. Emyr Humphreys

Fiction

January 2022

— Stay, Carmen! There’ll be cake! We bought it just for you! Stay!   It was twenty past seven in the evening, and Carmen...

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