Alma Delia MURILLO

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She left home aged 19, with nine boxes of books, a part-time job as a telephone operator and the corresponding part-time salary, on which she managed to survive. Daring and dedicated, she managed to ignore the warnings of those who said that her artistic aspirations would only lead to her dying of hunger. Now, years later, is she not only proud of her studies in Drama and Acting, but is also recognized for her Saturday column Posmodernos y jodidos for the digital publication SinEmbargo, for her contributions to the literary-erotic magazine SoHo México and for her book of short stories Damas de Caza. Now, she surprises us with her first novel, Las noches habitadas, in which she reflects on existential and everyday matters facing today’s women.

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