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Guillermo Fadanelli

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Guillermo Fadanelli was born in Mexico City. His published books include Clarisa ya tiene un muerto, a novel (Mondadori, 2000), Lodo a novel (Debate, 2002), La otra cara de Rock Hudson, a novel (Anagrama, 2004), Compraré un rifle, a story collection (Anagrama, 2004). He won The National Prize of Published Novels in 1997 and 2002. He has written for several magazines and newspapers in Mexico, Spain and Chile. His work has been translated into German and French. He is the founder and director of MOHO magazine, and he is a filmmaker.

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