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Liliana Bodoc

Bewildering Stories biography

A native of Santa Fe, Argentina, Liliana Bodoc (1958-2018) was an award-winning writer of fantasy. She was best known for the epic fantasy Saga de los Confines trilogy. Among her admirers was Ursula K. Le Guin, who found a kindred spirit in her.

In 2000, she made her literary debut with the novel Los días del Venado, which received the White Ravens special mention. The success of her debut novel was followed by the 2002 sequel Los días de la Sombra, which was equally well received. The final volume in the trilogy, Los días del Fuego, appeared in 2004.

In the same year, she published Sucedió en colores, an illustrated children’s book of short stories whose titles represent colors, including “Yellow,” which previously appeared in Reed Magazine. Her other books include El espejo africano (2008) and Presagio de Carnaval (2009).

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