Cristina Rivera Garza

Cristina Rivera Garza is an award-winning author, translator, and critic. Her books, originally written in Spanish, have been translated into multiple languages. She is the recipient of the Roger Caillois Award for Latin American Literature (2013), the Anna Seghers-Preis (2005), and the only two-time winner of the International Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz Prize (2001; 2009). She received her PhD in History in 1995 and an honoris causa PhD in Humane Letters in 2012, both from the University of Houston, where she is currently Distinguished Professor in Hispanic Studies.



Había mucha neblina o humo o no sé qué ESSAYS, 2016 Los muertos indóciles. Necroescrituras y desaprobación ESSAYS, 2013 El mal de la taiga NOVEL, 2012 Verde Shanghai NOVEL, 2011 Dolerse. Textos desde un país herido ESSAYS, 2011 La Castañeda. Narrativas desde el Manicomio General, 1910-1930 ESSAYS, 2010 La frontera más distante SHORT STORIES, 2008 La muerte me da NOVEL, 2007 Lo anterior NOVEL, 2004 Ningún reloj cuenta esto SHORT STORIES, 2002 La cresta de Ilion NOVEL, 2002 Nadie me verá llorar NOVEL, 1999