Mariana Enríquez

Mariana Enríquez

  • Argentina

Mariana Enríquez (Buenos Aires, 1973) is a journalist, novelist, and short story writer. She graduated from Universidad Nacional de La Plata in Journalism and Social Communications, and is the deputy editor of “Radar,” the arts and culture supplement of the Argentinian newspaper Página/12. Enríquez also writes for other magazines, such as La mujer de mi vida and El guardián. She has published three novels and three collections of short stories. Her latest collection, Things We Lost in the Fire (Las Cosas que perdimos en el fuego), was published in 2016 to great critical acclaim and is soon to be published in many languages. Mariana Enríquez lives in Buenos Aires.




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