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Martín Solares

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Martín Solares

Martín Solares was born in the port of Tampico, Mexico, in 1970, and is now based in Paris, where he is currently completing his doctorate at the Sorbonne. The recipient of the 1998 Premio Nacional de Cuento Efrain Huerta (the Efrain Huerta National Prize for Short Stories), Solares has published his stories in Dia de muertos (Spain, 2001), Nuevas lineas de investigacion (Mexico, 2003) and La littérature mexicaine des treinte dernières années (France, 2004). Grove/Atlantic is going to publish his novel The Black Minutes.

Articles by Martín Solares

from “The Black Minutes”
By Martín Solares
Up until now, the most important nightmare I've had in my life I had when I was traveling by bus on a highway lined by pines. I haven't been able to decipher its meaning, at least, not entirely.…
Translated from Spanish by Francisco Goldman & Aura Estrada
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