Julia WONG

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(Chepén, 1965) A poet, fiction writer, traveller and cultural manager. She studied Law and Politics, but opted for literary fiction. She studied Literature and Humanities at PUC and other subjects at universities in Germany and Macau. She has lived in Germany, Argentina, Hong Kong and Lima, and now lives in Guadalajara (Mexico). She has published the following poetry books Historia de una gorda (1992), Los últimos Blues de Buddha (2000), Iguazú (2004), Ladrón de codornices (2005), Un salmón ciego (2006), Un pequeño bordado sobre la vergüenza (2011), La desmineralización de los árboles (2013) and Un vaso de leche fría para el rapsoda (2016). She has also published works of fiction, including Bocetos para un cuadro de familia (2004), Margarita no quiere crecer (2007), Lectura de manos en Lisboa (2009), Doble Felicidad (2010), Los papeles Rotos. Textos extraños (2014-2015) and Mongolia (2015).

Photo: © Carlos Chong

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