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Guillermo Martínez

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Guillermo Martínez

Guillermo Martínez was born in Bahía Blanca, in Argentina, in 1962. In barely a decade he has become one of the most important writers of his generation. His book Los crimenes de Oxford has been translated into thirty-seven languages and made into a film; his La muerta lenta de Luciana B was translated into nineteen languages and is being filmed. He is only the second Argentine writer (after Borges) to have been published in the New Yorker (“Vast Hell,” April 29, 2009).

Articles by Guillermo Martínez

Dance at the Marcone
By Guillermo Martínez
The other one gave me that slutty smile older chicks use when they’re trying to pass for teenagers.
Translated from Spanish by Andrea G. Labinger
The “I Ching” and the Man of Papers
By Guillermo Martínez
In Tokyo, in Buenos Aires, in New York, every night, routinely, someone kills a loved one in his dreams.
Translated from Spanish by Andrea G. Labinger
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