Federico Falco (General Cabrera, Córdoba, Argentina, 1977) is the author of four collections of short stories, a book of poems and the novel Cielos de Córdoba (Córdoba Skies). He holds a BA in Communications from Blas Pascal University in Argentina and an MFA in Creative Writing in Spanish from New York University. In 2010 Granta selected him as one of the Best Young Spanish-Language Novelists, and in 2017 the story ‘Silvi and the Her Dark Night’ was a finalist for the García Márquez Short Story Prize. Falco is currently the director of Chai Editora, dedicated to publishing short stories by contemporary Argentinian authors. His forthcoming novel, Los Llanos (The Plains) was recently finalist of the Herralde Prize (2020). He lives in Buenos Aires and A Perfect Cemetery is his first book to appear in English.
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Fiction | The Online Edition
A Perfect Cemetery
An excerpt from Federico Falco’s story collection A Perfect Cemetery.
Fiction | Issue 113
In Utah There Are Mountains Too
‘No one had ever spoken her name in a foreign language.’