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Gabriela Vallejo

Gabriela Vallejo Cervantes (Mexico City, 1964) is the author of a novel entitled La verdadera historia del laberinto, published by Ediciones Era (2003). She is presently in a Ph.D. Program on...

Alissa Valles

Alissa Valles is a poet and translator from Russian and Polish. She has worked for the Institute of War Documentation in Amsterdam, where she grew up, and is now working toward a doctorate in...

Thanassis Valtinos

Thanassis Valtinos was born in an Arcadian village in the Peloponnesus in 1932. He first achieved national recognition with the publication of his widely read novellas The Descent of the Nine...

Walter van den Berg

Walter van den Berg (b. 1970, the Netherlands) is a novelist and computer programmer who became one of the first Dutch bloggers. His style is rhythmic and to-the-point, and characterized by cool...

Sanneke van Hassel

Sanneke van Hassel (b. 1971, the Netherlands) is the author of three collections of short stories, IJsregen (Ice Rain, 2005), Witte veder (White Feather, 2007) and Ezels (Donkeys, 2012). Her...

Etienne van Heerden

Etienne van Heerden's books have been published in twelve languages. He studied law, qualified as an attorney and later moved to writing and teaching. He is professor in the School of...

Mensje van Keulen

Mensje van Keulen (b. 1946, the Netherlands) is a writer of novels and short stories. Her 1972 debut, Bleekers zomer (Bleeker’s Summer), is now considered a modern Dutch literary classic....

Vónbjørt Vang

Vónbjørt Vang (1974) was born and raised in the northern town of Klaksvík in the Faroe Islands. She earned her MA in Comparative Literature and Contemporary Cultural Studies...

Hernán Vanoli

Hernán Vanoli (b. 1980) holds a doctorate in sociology from the Universidad de Buenos Aires (with a dissertation on the operation of cultural capital in the small-press literary scene) and,...

Fred Vargas

Fred Vargas was born in Paris in 1957. As well as being a best-selling author in France, she is a historian and archaeologist by training.

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