Francisco Goldman’s most recent novel, Monkey Boy, was a Pulitzer finalist and American Book Award winner. He has written several other novels and nonfiction books, has won or been a finalist for several prizes, has had various fellowships and residencies—including last year at Civitella Ranieri, which was uniquely wonderful—and has had books published in 16 languages. He lives in Mexico City with his wife, daughter, and niece. He is co-director of the Premio Aura Estrada, awarded every two years at the Oaxaca Book Fair. One semester a year he teaches at Trinity College, Hartford, where he is Allan Smith Professor of Creative Writing and Literature.
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