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Pertenencia: Narradores sudamericanos en Estados Unidos (Colección Riolago) (Spanish Edition) (Spanish) Paperback – March 18, 2017

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América del Sur tiene una larga tradición literaria, en especial cuando se trata de cuentos o textos cortos. Pertenencia, Narradores sudamericanos en Estados Unidos, no es la excepción. Esta antología nos trae a 20 narradores de origen sudamericano radicados en los Estados Unidos que escriben en español y nos muestran su experiencia como inmigrantes desde distintos puntos de vista. 
Autores: Ariel Dorfman, Jorge Majfud, Gabriel Goldberg, Eugenia Muñoz, Pedro Median León, José Ignacio Valenzuela, Elssie Cano, Fernando Olszanski, entre otros autores destacados.

About the Author

Melanie Marquez Adams (co-editor) traverses cultural and language borders as an Ecuadorian-American writer. She is the author of the short story collection, Mariposas Negras (Black Butterflies) (Eskeletra Editorial, 2017). Her short stories have appeared or are forthcoming in Thrice Fiction Magazine, The Acentos Review, Nagari Magazine, Literal: Latin American Voices, Magazine, Six Words Fresh Off the Boat: Stories of Immigration, Identity, and Coming to America (Kingswell/Disney Publishing, 2017), Latinoamérica en Breve (Mexico, 2017) Todos Contamos (Miami, 2016), Imaniman: Anzaldúa Poetic Anthology (Aunt Lute, San Francisco, 2016), among others. 
She curated and edited "Del sur al norte: Narrativa y Poesía de Autores Andinos", and co-edited "Pertenencia: Narradores sudamericanos en Estados Unidos". Both anthologies were published in Chicago. You can read some of Melanie's non-fiction pieces in New York-based ViceVersa Magazine and Miami-based La Nota Latina. She lives in Tennessee with her husband.

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