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Amanda Michalopoulou

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Amanda Michalopoulou is the internationally acclaimed author of several books of fiction, three of which have been published in English: I’d Like (Dalkey Archive Press, 2008) and Why I Killed My Best Friend (Open Letter 2014), both translated by Karen Emmerich, and God's Wife (Dalkey Archive Press, 2019), translated by Patricia Felisa Barbeito. Her work has been translated into twenty languages, and has been awarded the Diavazo Novel Prize, the Academy of Athens Award, and the International Literature Award by the National Endowment for the Arts, among others. She lives in Athens, Greece.

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