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Maureen Shaughnessy

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Maureen Shaughnessy

Maureen Shaughnessy (Oregon, USA) has translated Maya folktales by Guadalupe Urbina and several Cañari legends, and she co-translated the memoirs of Carles Fontserè, the Catalan poster artist. She lived in Barcelona, Spain, for six years, has traveled extensively throughout South and Central America, and currently lives in Bariloche, Argentina.

Articles by Maureen Shaughnessy

And If You See That I Don’t Come Back
By Luis Nuño
I put my cigarette out on a hand that held an empty briefcase of shiny leather.
Translated from Spanish by Maureen Shaughnessy
Multilingual
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