By Mariana Dietl
In the 10 tales that make up Argentinos: tales, the characters communicate for themselves via their intimacy, their relationships and their detailed demanding situations and studies. not one of the protagonists are recognized or remarkable; they're simply humans: enthusiasts, strangers and who other than their specific conflicts and notions proportion a necessity to outlive and be triumphant within the impulsive and erratic Argentina of the recent millennium.
The Spanish model of this assortment, Argentina: se me hace cuento, used to be offered 3rd Prize within the UC Irvine Chicano/Latino Literary Award.
Mariana Dietl is the recipient of The Litchfield Review's Fiction Prize for her novel, limited, and has got honorable mentions in numerous contests from the U.S and abroad.
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Argentinos: stories by Mariana Dietl