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Geoff Bendeck

Contributor

Geoff Bendeck

Geoff Bendeck has written essays for the New York Times, Men’s Journal, Washingtonian Magazine, Paris Review Daily and the Rumpus, among others. His literary criticism has appeared at Electric Literature and the Los Angeles Review of Books. He lives in Guatemala City where he teaches Writing and English at the University Del Valle de Guatemala.

Articles by Geoff Bendeck

In the Absence of Words: An Interview with Verónica Gerber Bicecci
By Geoff Bendeck
Geoff Bendeck speaks with Verónica Gerber Bicecci about her novel Empty Set, translated by Christina MacSweeney and out this month with Coffee House Press.It feels rare these days to encounter…
Carranza? Taxis Don’t Go There
By Arnoldo Gálvez Suárez
Taxi drivers are indiscreet types.
Translated from Spanish by Geoff Bendeck
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