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Pub Date: 02/01/2008

Pages: 272

Publisher: White Pine Press

Imprint: White Pine Press

ISBN 13: 9781893996915

ISBN 10: 1893996913

Price: $17.00 / $22.99 CAN

Category: POETRY / Caribbean & Latin American

Quick Fix

By Ana María Shua, Rhona Dahl Buchanan, Luci Mistratov

Price: $17.00



About the Book

“The wink of an eye and we are transported to an unexpected realm. In very few impeccable lines, Shua’s micro short stories open new vistas to our perception of dreams, myths, fairy tales, even of our everyday life. To read her is to discover another dimension in fiction: small is absolutely beautiful, and thrilling, and often disquieting.”—Luisa Valenzuela

Quick Fixes, a bilingual collection, reflects Ana Maria Shua’s ingenious blending of precise language, incisive humor, and incredible imagination into a unique style of sudden fiction.

Ana Maria Shua was born in Buenos Aires and has published over forty books.

About the Book

A quick fix of fiction in this age of speed and technology.


Ana María Shua was born in Buenos Aries, Argentina and has published over 40 books including novel, short stories, sudden fictions, and poetry. Her work has been translated into over twelve languages and she has received numerious national and international awards. She received a Guggenheim Fellowship for her collection, The Book of Memories. Rhonda Dahl Buchanan is a professor of Spanish and Director of Latin American Studies at teh University of Louisville, KY and the recipient of a 2006 NEA translation fellowship. Her other books of translation include The Entre Rios Trilogy by Argentine writer Perla Suez, and the forthcoming The Secret Gardens of Mogador by Mexican writer Alberto Ruy Sanchez. Luci Mistratov, was born Lyudmila Mistratova in Kaliningrad, Russia, and holds a Ph.D. in Art Education from the Kaliningrad State University. She has illustrated many books of fiction and biology, and has taught art classes and won awards in numerous national and international exhibitions in Europe and the United States. Presently, she is a Scholar-in-Residence for the