Claudia Apablaza - These stories talk about the body, technologies and postmodernity in the creation of the person carrying these violent constructions: telephony, internet and Wi-Fi merged with eco-vegan practices, happy dance, yoga, fakirism...

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Claudia Apablaza, Everyone Thinks I’m a Fakir. Edicola, 2014.
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These stories talk about the body, technologies and postmodernity in the creation of the person carrying these violent constructions: telephony, internet and Wi-Fi merged with eco-vegan practices, happy dance, yoga, fakirism, and all types of human being who currently lives as individual of the twenty-first century.




Claudia Apablaza was born in 1978 in Rancagua, Chile. She studied Psychology and Literature in Chile and Barcelona. She received the award of the magazine Paula (2005 ) for his story “Mi nombre en el Google” and the Latin American Alba Fiction Prize in 2012 with her novel “Goo y el amor”, recently published  in Havana, Cuba.
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