Daniel Sada
Daniel Sada was born in Mexicali, Mexico, in 1953, and died in 2011, in Mexico City. Considered by many to be the boldest and most innovative writer in Spanish of his generation, he published eight volumes of short stories, nine novels, and three volumes of poetry. He has been awarded numerous prizes, including the Herralde Prize for Almost Never. Just hours before he died, he was awarded Mexico's most prestigious literary award, the National Prize for Arts and Sciences for Literature. Katherine Silver is an award-winning translator whose recent translations include works by Horacio Castellanos Moya and César Aira. She is the director of the Banff International Literary Translation Centre and lives in Berkeley, California.
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