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Frances Riddle and Mariano Vespa

Frances Riddle lives in Buenos Aires, where she works as a translator, writer, and editor. She holds an MA in translation studies from the University of Buenos Aires and a BA in Spanish literature. Her book-length publications include A Simple Story by Leila Guerriero (New Directions, 2017); Bodies of Summer by Martín Felipe Castagnet (Dalkey Archive Press, 2017); Slum Virgin by Gabriela Cabezón Cámara (Charco Press, 2017); and The Life and Deaths of Ethel Jurado (Hispabooks, 2017).

Mariano Vespa was born in 1988, in Tres Arroyos, Argentina. He is a culture journalist. Mariano studies Communication at the University of Buenos Aires and contributes regularly to various newspapers and digital magazines such as Perfil and La Agenda.

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