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Timothy Pratt

Contributor

Timothy Pratt

Timothy Pratt is a journalist, translator and poet with one foot in Colombia and another in the U.S. He works for the Las Vegas Sun and his work has appeared in the New York Times, the Economist, the Miami Herald, the Sunday Herald and Americas magazine, among others. The excerpt here published comes from a book-length essay yet to be published. Pratt can be reached at tjpratt1961@hotmail.com.

Articles by Timothy Pratt

from “The Lost Cause: A Memoir of My Life with Gabriel García Marquez”
By Plinio Apuleyo Mendoza
Whenever he comes to Paris, he calls immediately.“My friend,'' his voice explodes, “Why don't you come have lunch with me?”Now he's the owner of a neat, tranquil apartment…
Translated from Spanish by Timothy Pratt
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