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February 22, 2016

Epple publishes article on Microfiction in the US

Revista Quimera 2Professor Emeritus of Spanish Juan Epple has just published the article “El microcuento en los Estados Unidos” (microfiction in the United States) in the journal Quimera 386, Barcelona, January 2016. This article describes the evolution of US microfiction from nineteenth century writers Mark Twain, Ambrose Bierce, Kate Chopin to modern and contemporary authors Ernest Hemingway, Patricia Highsmith and Lydia Davis

September 23, 2011

Epple publishes two volumes of fiction and essays

Professor of Spanish Juan Epple has published the collection of short-short stories Para
leerte mejor
(Santiago, Chile: Mosquito, 2010). The collection includes series on Don Quijote, heart transplants, and blind love.

He has co-edited with Edson Faundez the selection of essays La casa del poeta no tiene
llave. La poesía de Omar Lara
. Puebla, México: Territorio poético/Circulo de Poesía, 2011. These essays discusses the poetic work of a leading creative voices from Chile’s generation of the seventies.

Prof. Epple has been appointed to the Academic Committee of the Catedra Libre de Literatura Patagonica at the Universidd del Comahue, Neuquen, Argentina

[Excerpts from Para leerte mejor on letrasdechile.com]



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