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  • Photo: Manuela Uribe

    Pilar Quintana is the author of four novels and one book of short stories, Caperucita se come al lobo, republished in Colombia in 2020. She received the Premio de Novela La Mar de Letras in Spain for Coleccionistas de polvos raros. Her novel La perra, now translated to twelve languages, won the Premio Biblioteca de Narrativa Colombiana and a PEN Translates Award.



  • Photo: Manuela Uribe

    Pilar Quintana is the author of four novels and one book of short stories, Caperucita se come al lobo, republished in Colombia in 2020. She received the Premio de Novela La Mar de Letras in Spain for Coleccionistas de polvos raros. Her novel La perra, now translated to twelve languages, won the Premio Biblioteca de Narrativa Colombiana and a PEN Translates Award.



  • José Ángel Quintero Weir is a member of the Añu people of the Venezuelan state of Zulia, whose ancestral lands border Lake Maracaibo. He is coordinator of the Indigenous Studies and Cultures Unit and full professor of the School of Letters at the Department of Humanities and Education of the Universidad de Zulia. As an activist and an indigenous intellectual, he has spent many years taking part in the ongoing struggle of Venezuela’s indigenous communities.


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