Posts Tagged: Eduardo Halfon

Remembering as Deconstruction: Eduardo Halfon’s Mourning

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To scrutinize the past, one must approach the walls between then and now.


Writing in Exile


For Electric Literature, Guatemalan author Eduardo Halfon recounts his unexpected turn to literature after returning to Guatemala in his early thirties, the paranoia and danger that accompanies being a writer amidst corruption, and leaving the country again after publishing his first novel: I stumbled onto books, and then fell into writing. But something was finally […]