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And Other Stories: reading Latin American fiction

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1amcorrea
May 2, 2010, 12:28pm Top

Just found a good summary of El secreto y las voces at Gamerro's site:

http://www.cgamerro.com.ar/el_secreto_y_las_voces.html

Those who have already read it... What did you think? (I'm starting it today.)

2woodbird
May 18, 2010, 1:31pm Top

Hi Ana Maria,
Sorry to have been away from the site (moving house, delays in getting internet sorted, all that...).

I really like it, as do the translators Anne McLean and Cecilia Rossi for starters. And if I weren't still sorting out boring stuff after the move, I'd write more. As it is, I do have some news about it, which I'm allowed to share:

Pushkin Press are buying it, so it will come out in English, but not with And Other Stories :(
And Other Stories will definitely support this brilliant book and Pushkin for loving it too, and that starts with being lucky enough to have Carlos Gamerro come to the first Jericho Session event in Oxford:

http://www.andotherstories.org/jericho-sessions/

Wish you could be there, Ana Maria!

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