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In this episode of the Strange Horizons podcast, editor Anaea Lay presents Tamara Romero's "Esmeralda," translated by Lawrence Schimel.



Tamara Romero was born in Barcelona. She writes speculative and bizarro fiction in both Spanish and English. She is the author in English of Her Fingers (Eraserhead Press, 2012), and in Spanish of the books Arcana (Ciudad Escalera #1) (self-published), ¡Pérfidas! (Aristas Martínez, 2014), and La momia y la niñera (Sociedad Júpiter, 2016). Her short fiction has been featured in Visiones, Presencia Humana, and Supersonic Magazine, among others. Her story "El aeropuerto del fin del mundo" ("The Airport at the End of the World") won an Ignotus Award in 2014. You can visit her online at www.tamararomero.com.
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