Latinx Heritage Month: Brenda Lozano presents Witches in conversation with Heather Cleary (Virtual)

By Cambridge Public Library

"Set in Mexico, Witches is a layered, kaleidoscopic and powerful story exploring relationships, fluidity, pain, healing, power and patriarchy.

Event image for Latinx Heritage Month: Brenda Lozano presents Witches in conversation with Heather Cleary (Virtual)
Wednesday, October 19 6pm – 7:15pm

Ages: 18 and Adults.

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" —Karla Strand, Ms. Magazine

Brenda Lozano is a fiction writer, essayist, and editor. Her books include: Todo nada (All or Nothing, 2009), followed by Cuaderno ideal (Loop, 2019), and a book of short stories Cómo piensan las piedras (How Stones Think, 2017). In 2015 she was selected by Conaculta, the Hay Festival and the British Council as one of Mexico's best fiction writers under 40. In 2017 she was added to the Bogota 39 list, a selection of the best fiction writers under 40 from across Latin America. Witches is her most recent novel, translated by Heather Cleary.
 
Heather Cleary has translated poetry and prose by writers including Betina González, Mario Bellatin, Sergio Chejfec, and María Ospina; her work has been recognized by the National Book Foundation, the Best Translated Book Award, the National Translation Award, and others.