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Tamara Tenenbaum

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Tamara Tenenbaum

Tamara Tenenbaum was born in Buenos Aires in 1989. She has a BA in philosophy and works as a journalist for La Nación, La Agenda, Infobae, and other media. She teaches at the Universidad de Buenos Aires and the Universidad Nacional de las Artes. In 2017, she published Reconocimiento de terreno (Pánico el pánico), an autobiographical poetry collection. In that same year, she cocreated (with friends and colleagues Marina Yuszczuk and Emilia Erbetta) Rosa Iceberg, a publishing house devoted to books by women. In April 2019, she published El fin del amor (Ariel), a collection of essays on love and sexuality in the twenty-first century. Her first book of short stories, Nadie vive tan cerca de nadie, was awarded the Concurso Ficciones and will be published by Emecé in October 2019. Find her on Twitter @tamtenenbaum.

Articles by Tamara Tenenbaum

The Taste of a Silver Spoon: María Gainza’s “Optic Nerve”
By Tamara Tenenbaum
Tamara Tenenbaum, winner of Argentina’s inaugural Premio Ficciones, reflects on María Gainza’s just-released Optic Nerve (tr. Thomas Bunstead, Catapult Books, 2019) in…
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