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Yuri Herrera

Born in Actopan, Mexico, in 1970, Yuri Herrera studied in Mexico and Texas and took his PhD at Berkeley. Signs Preceding the End of the World (Señales que precederán al fin del mundo) is his English-language debut novel. It was […]

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SJ Naudé

SJ Naudé grew up in South Africa, where he studied law. He completed master’s degrees at Cambridge and Columbia Law School, at the latter as a Fulbright Scholar. After practising law in New York and London for many years, he […]

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Paulo Scott

Paulo Scott was born in 1966 in Porto Alegre, in southern Brazil, and grew up in a working class neighbourhood. At university, Scott was an active member of the student political movement and was also involved in Brazil’s re-democratisation process. […]

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Susana Moreira Marques

  Susana Moreira Marques is a writer and journalist. She was born in Oporto in 1976 and now lives in Lisbon. Having worked as a journalist since 2004, she now writes pieces for Público and Jornal de Negócios. Susana lived […]


Benjamin Lytal

Benjamin Lytal has written for numerous publications, including the Wall Street Journal, the London Review of Books, and the Nation. Originally from Tulsa, he currently lives in Chicago. A Map of Tulsa More information A Map of Tulsa is Benjamin Lytal’s first novel. […]


Ivan Vladislavić

Ivan Vladislavić is the author of the highly praised Double Negative and The Restless Supermarket, as well as award-winning non-fiction, Portrait with Keys. Originally part of a collaborative project with photographer David Goldblatt, Double Negative was shortlisted for the South African […]

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Rodrigo de Souza Leão

Rodrigo de Souza Leão was born in Rio de Janeiro in 1965 and died in a psychiatric clinic in Rio in 2008, shortly after his extraordinary autobiographical novel All Dogs are Blue was published. Due to his mental fragility, Rodrigo de Souza […]


Juan Tomás Ávila Laurel

Juan Tomás Ávila Laurel was born in 1966 in Equatorial Guinea, Africa’s only Spanish-speaking country. His parents were from the remote Annobón Island, off the African coast. His books include the novel Avión de Ricos, Ladrón De Cerdos (The Pig […]

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Carlos Gamerro

Carlos Gamerro is one of the best-known and most highly regarded contemporary Argentine writers. Born in Buenos Aires in 1962, he has published six works of fiction, including the novel The Islands.

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Helen DeWitt

Helen DeWitt follows her extraordinary debut The Last Samurai with a sharp, uproarious satire on modern life and corporate culture. A novel in the spirit of Mel Brooks’ The Producers.

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