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Nuria Barrios and Mónica Ojeda in conversation with Araceli Ardón

Querétaro 2020 , 

Nuria Barrios (Spain) is the author of various books of short stories and poetry, as well as the novels Amores patológicos (1998) and El alfabeto de los pájaros (2011), and is the translator into Spanish of the Irish writer John Banville/Benjamin Black. Her most recent book is Todo arde (2020), which tells the story of a teenager who goes to a narcotown one night to rescue his older sister, who is addicted to drugs. Mónica Ojeda (Ecuador) is the author of the poetry book El ciclo de las piedras (2015), and of the novels La desfiguración Silva (2014), Mandíbula (2018) and Nefando (2016, 2019), her most recent book which has been published in Mexico. She was included on the Bogotá39-2017 list of the 39 best Latin American fiction writers under 40. They will talk about their work with Araceli Ardón.