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The latest work in English by renowned Peruvian-Mexican cult writer Mario Bellatin, a short, allegorical novel that questions truth, art, language, and the split between East and West.
About the Author
Heather Cleary is a translator, writer, and one of the founding editors of the digital, bilingual Buenos Aires Review. Her translations and literary criticism have appeared in Two Lines, A Public Space, and Words Without Borders, among other publications. She is the translator of Roque Larraquy's 2018 National Book Award-nominee Comemadre (Coffee House Press, 2018), Sergio Chefjec's The Planets (2013) and The Dark (2014), and Girondo's Poems to Read on a Streetcar. She holds an MA in Comparative Literature from NYU and a PhD in Latin American and Iberian Cultures from Columbia University. She currently teaches at Sarah Lawrence College.