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Hernán Diaz

Argentina (b.1973)

Hernan Diaz is Managing Editor of Revista Hispánica Moderna and Associate Director of the Hispanic Institute at Columbia University, USA. Formerly he has been a professor at the University of Buenos Aires, Argentina, and the State University of New York (Albany), USA.

Genres: Historical, Literary Fiction
   In the Distance (2017)
   Preston Bound (2018)
   On The Rum In Tijuana (2020)
   Trust (2022)
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