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Daniela Tarazona

04.12.23
  / 20.12.23
Daniela Tarazona (Mexico City, 1975) is the author of ‘El animal sobre la piedra’ (Mexico, Almadía, 2008 and Argentina, Entropía, 2011). In 2012 she published her second novel, ‘El beso de la liebre’ (Alfaguara), a 2013 finalist for the Américas Award (Puerto Rico). She is also the author of the book ‘Clarice Lispector. La mirada en el jardín’, in collaboration with Nuria Mel (Lumen, 2020). Her most recent novel is ‘Isla partida’, published by Almadía in 2021. Her work has been translated into English, French, Portuguese and Czech. She has received grants from the Jóvenes Creadores program and has been a member of the National System of Creators of Mexico’s National Endowment for Culture and Arts (FONCA) as well as a resident author at the Casa Estudio Cien Años de Soledad FLM in 2022 and the Finestres Literary Residence in 2023. In 2011 she was recognized as one of Latin America’s 25 literary secrets by the Guadalajara International Book Fair. In 2022 she received the Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz Prize for her novel Divided Island.

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Daniela Tarazona

04.12.23
  / 20.12.23
Daniela Tarazona (Mexico City, 1975) is the author of ‘El animal sobre la piedra’ (Mexico, Almadía, 2008 and Argentina, Entropía, 2011). In 2012 she published her second novel, ‘El beso de la liebre’ (Alfaguara), a 2013 finalist for the Américas Award (Puerto Rico). She is also the author of the book ‘Clarice Lispector. La mirada en el jardín’, in collaboration with Nuria Mel (Lumen, 2020). Her most recent novel is ‘Isla partida’, published by Almadía in 2021. Her work has been translated into English, French, Portuguese and Czech. She has received grants from the Jóvenes Creadores program and has been a member of the National System of Creators of Mexico’s National Endowment for Culture and Arts (FONCA) as well as a resident author at the Casa Estudio Cien Años de Soledad FLM in 2022 and the Finestres Literary Residence in 2023. In 2011 she was recognized as one of Latin America’s 25 literary secrets by the Guadalajara International Book Fair. In 2022 she received the Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz Prize for her novel Divided Island.

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