Item description for Radio Ciudad Perdida/ Lost City Radio (Spanish Edition) by Daniel Alarcon...
Overview Imparting comfort while reading the names of missing people to her war-ravaged listeners, radio host Norma finds her life irrevocably changed when a young boy from a remote jungle village provides a connection to her long-missing husband.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 1" Width: 5.75" Height: 9" Weight: 1.12 lbs.
Release Date Jul 7, 2007
ISBN 9972232662 ISBN13 9789972232664
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More About Daniel Alarcon
Daniel Alarconis author of the critically-acclaimed story collection"War by Candlelight," andthe novel"Lost City Radio," winner of the 2009 International Literature Prize. His writing has appeared in"Granta," "n+1," and"Harper s," and he has been named one of"The""New Yorker s" 20 Under 40. Alarcon is Executive Producer of Radio Ambulante, a Spanish-language storytelling podcast, and he lives inSan Francisco."
Daniel Alarcon currently resides in Oakland, in the state of California. Daniel Alarcon was born in 1977.
Reviews - What do customers think about Radio Ciudad Perdida/ Lost City Radio (Spanish Edition)?
A book that makes you wish he had another dozen published! Jan 10, 2010
I read this book some time ago but just now I was searching for more of Alarcon's work. A work of fiction that somehow resonated tremendously with what victims have said and people have lived in places like Colombia, El Salvador, Argentina, and surely Peru. The Spanish translation was also especially good! I credit this book and Francisco Goldman's Art of Political Murder for helping me to better understand the Latin America I live in as a visitor.