Puertas Demasiado Pequeñas


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Charco Press
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5.1 X 7.7 X 0.7 inches | 0.55 pounds

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About the Author

Ave Barrera (Guadalajara, 1980) es escritora y editora. Su primera novela titulada Puertas demasiado pequeñas (Alianza, 2016) obtuvo el premio Sergio Galindo. El libro de artista 21,000 Princesas, realizado en coautoría con Lola Horner obtuvo el 1er lugar en el Concurso Internacional de Libro de Artista Lía 2015. Su más reciente novela, Restauración obtuvo el Premio Lipp la Brasserie en 2018. Ha publicado sus cuentos y relatos en diversas antologías y medios electrónicos. Actualmente trabaja como editora de la Colección Vindictas, de la Dirección General de Publicaciones, de la UNAM.Ave Barrera (Guadalajara, México, 1980) holds a Bachelor in Hispanic Literature at University of Guadalajara and for several years she was editor in Oaxaca, México. Ave has been awarded fellowships from the Fundación Carolina for a training course on publishing at the Complutense University of Madrid and the Young Creators Grant for Novel (2010 and 2014) from the Mexican National Fund for Culture and the Arts (FONCA). Ave has worked as copywriter for e-media and once as a ghostwriter. She also writes short stories and just published the illustrated children book Una noche en el laberinto (A Night in a Labyrinth, Edebé 2014). She was recipient of the Sergio Galindo Award from the Veracruz University with her first novel Puertas demasiado pequeñas (A Door Too Small). She currently lives in México City and is writing a new novel: _ Tratado de la vida marina_ (A Treatise of Marine Life) with the support of FONCA. Her latest novel was published in 2019 in Mexico and Spain under the title Restauración (Restoration).