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Francisco Laguna-Correa

Francisco is a bilingual Mexican writer, born in Mexico City, and now based in Pittsburgh, PA. He is a doctoral candidate in Hispanic Studies at The University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill and a K. Leroy Irvis fellow at the MFA in creative writing of the University of Pittsburgh. He is the awarded author of a few books in Spanish, and currently he is the editor of Tunnel Books, which is a chapbook series in English translation of “new” Latin American authors, including Yuri Herrera, Carlos Labbé, Betina González, Alberto Chimal, Claudia Salazar Jiménez, Joel Flores, among others. 

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