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Episode 16: Alonso Véner

Listen to Alonso Véner, a Costa Rican Writer residing in Japan, speaks of how he started Writing poetry and his new interest in writing short stories. His challenge as a Latin American writer living abroad writing in Spanish, is the lack of professional literary Spanish translators to help him translate his work for a wider public. If, after listening to the show, know of someone who may be able to assist him with that, please contact him at [email protected]

alonso vener's book cover of
Alonso's short story collection!

You can visit his blog at:
His personal webpage: 
e-mail address: 
The following is a translation of one of his poems:
When my waits come to an end,
and over the garden, there is nothing left,
I think I see your hand drawing my smile in the mud,
dragging away the petals of good-bye, of ashes,
like broken glass next to my window
are hanging chrysalis who teach me
there are always flowers beyond the storm.

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Episode 16: Alonso Véner


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