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Carolina De Robertis

Author of The Invisible Mountain

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Carolina De Robertis grew up in an Uruguayan family that immigrated to England, Switzerland, and California. Her first novel, The Invisible Mountain (Knopf, 2009), is available or forthcoming in sixteen countries and eleven languages, and was named one of the Best Books of the Year by the San Francisco Chronicle and O Magazine. Her fiction and literary translations have appeared in The Virginia Quarterly Review, ColorLines, and Zoetrope: Allstory, among others. Her translation of the contemporary Chilean novella Bonsai, by Alejandro Zambra, was named one of the Ten Best Translated Books of 2008 by the journal Three Percent. Prior to completing her first book, she worked in women’s rights organizations for ten years, on issues ranging from rape to immigration. She currently lives in Oakland, California, where she is at work on her second novel.
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