The Twilight Zone

Nona Fernández (Author) Natasha Wimmer (Translator)
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Product Details

Price
$16.00  $14.72
Publisher
Graywolf Press
Publish Date
March 16, 2021
Pages
192
Dimensions
5.0 X 7.4 X 0.7 inches | 0.5 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781644450475

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About the Author

Nona Fernández was born in Santiago, Chile. She is an actress and writer, and has published two plays, a collection of short stories, and six novels, including Space Invaders and The Twilight Zone, which was awarded the Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz Prize.

Natasha Wimmer is the translator of Space Invaders by Nona Fernández, as well as nine books by Roberto Bolano, including The Savage Detectives and 2666. Her most recent translation is The Dinner Guest by Gabriela Ybarra.

Reviews

"Fernández has found an answer to an urgent question: making art is inadequate always, but powerful nonetheless."--Claire Messud, Harper's Magazine

"Nona Fernández has developed a reputation for composing unsettling portraits of life during Chile's brutal military dictatorship, with stories that venture beyond the stiff and incomplete histories recorded by truth and reconciliation commissions."--Vulture

"This disturbing story of a repentant man makes for a gripping psychological game of cat and mouse."--Publishers Weekly, starred review

"Gripping and rivetingly intense narrative involving Pinochet's repressive rule in 1970s-80s Chile, Fernández uses flashbacks and imagination to weave together three interrelated, nonlinear threads through which flow present, past, and future."--Library Journal, starred review

"In The Twilight Zone, Fernández shows why the emotional toll of the Pinochet dictatorship has yet to subside, why any country that denies the crimes its police forces have committed remains a country stewing with dishonesty."--Idra Novey, author of Those Who Knew

"Nona Fernández helps us glimpse the horrible reality of torture--and the even more terrifying way it becomes routine--in luminous prose of great intelligence and obsessive sincerity."--Fernanda Melchor, author of Hurricane Season