Brooklyn Book Festival: Virtual Festival Day
Sunday, September 25, 2:00 PM ET
The Difficult Fate of Girls and Women
Featuring Andrea Abreu, Alia Trabucco Zerán, and Camila Sosa Villada
Emerging stars of Spanish-language literature—Andrea Abreu (Spain), Alia Trabucco Zerán (Chile), and Camila Sosa Villada (Argentina)—come together in conversation on bringing women’s experiences to the page without apology or filter. Their books, Dogs of Summer (translated by Julia Sanches), When Women Kill (translated by Sophie Hughes), and Bad Girls (translated by Kit Maude), bring us the beauty and brutality of women’s and girls’ experiences, from the effects of all-encompassing desire, to the life-saving joys of finding oneself in community. This panel will be presented in Spanish.
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