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Forthcoming from Archipelago Books, Nest in the Bones: Stories by Antonio di Benedetto (tr. Martina Broner), May 23. Di Benedetto, of course, is the author of the masterpiece, Zama (NYRB Classics, 2016, tr. Esther Allen).

And Map Drawn By A Spy by Guillermo Cabrera Infante (tr. Mark Fried) August 29, a never-before-translated work by the author of Three Trapped Tigers.



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