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Julianne Pachico

UK flag (b.1985)

Julianne Pachico grew up in Cali, Colombia, and lived there until she was eighteen. She is currently completing a Ph.D. in creative writing at the University of East Anglia in England. Her story Honey Bunny appeared in The New Yorker, and two of her stories have been anthologized in Best British Short Stories 2015.

Genres: Literary Fiction
   The Lucky Ones (2017)
   The Anthill (2020)
   Jungle House (2023)
Novellas and Short Stories
   The Tourists (2014)
Julianne Pachico recommends
The Sleep Watcher (2023)
Rowan Hisayo Buchanan
"An incredibly moving story about connection, loneliness, and what we do when we think no one else is watching. Beautifully written - Buchanan's prose has a brilliantly sensitive touch."
Islanders (2022)
Cathy Thomas
"I devoured these stories.With impressive range and beautifully precise observations, Thomas writes about what home and homesickness really means, the impact of regret, and the challenges of truly growing up. A voice to watch."
How We Are Translated (2021)
Jessica Gaitán Johannesson
"With echoes of Ali Smith and George Saunders, How We Are Translated explores themes of identity and intimacy with admirable sensitivity and wit."

Anthologies containing stories by Julianne Pachico
Best British Short Stories 2015 (2015)
(Best British Short Stories)
edited by
Nicholas Royle

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