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Julio Villanueva Chang

Portrait of writer Julio Villanueva Chang
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Julio Villanueva Chang

Julio Villanueva Chang is the founding editor of Etiqueta Negra, a nonfiction magazine in Spanish. He earned the Premio de Crónicas from the Inter American Press Association. He has published De Cerca Nadie es Normal, an anthology of profiles that he has written over the years, and Un Aficionado a las Tormentas, a selection of his articles. His texts have been translated into six languages and published in El País, Folha de S. Paulo, National Geographic, McSweeney’s, The Believer, Reportagen, and Dan Du 单读. He teaches at the García Márquez Foundation for New Journalism and is a member of the board of Radioambulante.org. He was born in Perú and lives in Lima as though he were merely passing through.

Articles by Julio Villanueva Chang

Life Is a Pose
By Julio Villanueva Chang
In his spare time, he wears clothes.
Translated from Spanish by Nicolás Medina Mora
Señor Socket and the Señora from the Café
By Julio Villanueva Chang
This is a tiny country famed for its happy cows, football fanatics, and melancholy.
Translated from Spanish by Sophie Hughes
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