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Lola Larra was born in Santiago, Chile, grew up in Caracas, and worked for many years as a journalist in Madrid. In 2006, she returned to Chile, where she began South of Alameda in a notebook while visiting an occupation during the Penguin Revolution. She has written short stories and novels, three of them for teenagers. Her books have been translated into several languages and she has received several awards for her work.