Live dialogue with Mexican writer Valeria Luiselli
Writer and journalist Gabriela Borrelli Azara talks live with Mexican writer and essayist Valeria Luiselli, one of the great figures of current literature. Her work, translated into more than twenty languages, has received prestigious international awards.
Writer Valeria Luiselli was born in 1983 in Mexico City and grew up in South Korea, South Africa and India. She has published the novels Los ingrávidos (2011), La historia de mis dientes (2013) and Desierto sonoro (2019), and the essay books Papeles falsos (2010) and Los niños perdidos (2016), through Editorial Sexto Piso. Her works, translated into more than twenty languages, have twice won the Los Angeles Times Book Prize and once the American Book Award, and have twice been finalists for the National Book Critics Circle Award.
Gabriela Borrelli Azara is a writer, literary critic and radio host. and radio host. For more than twenty years she has been dedicated to the dissemination of Argentine and Latin American poetry and literature in the media. She has conducted cycles in Radio del Plata, Radio Nacional, AM 750 and Futurock. She writes articles on Latin American poetry for different Latin American media.