Born in Rosario, Argentina, in 1956, Graciela Sacco is both a distinguished professor of theoretical issues in 20th century Latin-American art and an artist who has literally worked in the streets.
Griselda Gambaro talks to Marguerite Feitlowitz about the pressures of writing under an oppressive government regime in Argentina.
“Life here is surreal” writes science fiction author Angélica Gorodischer in a letter to Marguerite Feitlowitz. Here she discusses the writing life in a time and place where independent thinkers face the risk of anything from torture to death.
She was remembered as a solitary child, given to long walks in the far reaches of the garden, where she would hold burials for her dolls.
Her hair in the roses, her fingers combing the dirt, in the gray before sunrise Lena was singing.