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Soledad Marambio

Soledad Marambio is a writer and translator from Santiago, Chile. She is the author of En la Noche los Pájaros (La Calabaza del Diablo) and Chintungo (Edicola Ediciones), just published in a bilingual edition by Ugly Duckling Presse. Her translations include Anne Carson’s The Glass Essay and Variations on the Right to Remain Silent (Cuadro de Tiza Ediciones); and Osama Alomar’s The Teeth of The Comb, forthcoming next year in Mexico and Spain. Her work has appeared in Granta, Jámpster, Palabras Errantes, and Los Bárbaros, among others. She was an editor at Brutas Editoras until 2016. Last year she received a grant from the National Council for the Arts and Culture in Chile to complete her first novel. She earned her PhD in Latin American, Iberian, and Latino Cultures at the Graduate Center, CUNY. Marambio lives in Richmond, VA.

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