Fiction • Andrea Maturana
Translated by Heather Cleary
“Mrs. Fabres,” his receptionist intoned.
“Send her in,” he said.
The first patients of the morning had the privilege of an identity and a moment to talk with him about what was bothering them; he could even recall a few of their faces as Blanca carefully pronounced their names over the [...]
Andrea Maturana is the author of the novel El daño (The damage, Alfaguara), two short story collections, and six children’s books. Her story collection No decir (Not to tell, Alfaguara) was named the best short story collection of 2006 by Chile’s National Council of Culture and Arts. She lives in Chile with her husband and two daughters.
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