Interviews: April 2012
Even Matías Néspolo thought that Seven Ways to Kill a Cat might be untranslatable. It's so full of lunfardo, the rough slang of Buenos Aires, and so deeply rooted in the villas miserias, the shanty towns that surround the city. Ellen Hallsworth talks to Néspolo about new writing in Spanish, Moby Dick and the problem with happy endings.
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