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Ramón Díaz Eterovic is the author of Dark Echoes of the Past ( avg rating, ratings, 33 reviews), La Ciudad Está Triste ( avg rating, rati. Ramón Díaz Eterovic is one of the best-known writers of crime stories in Chile, where the adventures of his private investigator Heredia are enormously popular. Dark Echoes of the Past (Private Investigator Heredia) eBook: Ramón Díaz Eterovic, Patrick Blaine: : Kindle Store.

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By reading we learn how other authors resolve their narrative situations; by writing we improve in the trade and in the ability to create our own stories. The rest of us had to learn to live with fear, censorship, the shuttering of publishers, and the permanent possibility of being detained for texts we read in public or that we began to publish, almost clandestinely, in order get our work out. In addition to writing, Layton attended law school in New Orleans and was a practicing attorney for the better part of a decade.

Crime fiction has much more space in publishing houses and critical spaces. Since those childhood years, and my first readings, and surely without knowing it until much later, this innocent attraction gave birth to my fascination with portraying my world or etefovic others with words.

The Darkness That Never Leaves By Layton Green World-weary private investigators, talking cats, political intrigue, and a murder mystery that reaches into the troubled past of South America: This interview was translated by Patrick Blaine. Santiago has changed a lot. The list could be much longer, because among other reasons, the last years have seen an uptick in the number of authors writing within the codes of crime fiction. In this city I lived out my childhood and teen years.

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Please visit him on Facebook, Goodreads, Library Thing, or on his website at www. Just a wild guess: That is to say that through those letters drawn on glass I ererovic see a fragment of life.

International Thrills: Ramón Díaz Eterovic

I was 17 years old at the time of the military coup, and I watched as classmates from my high school were detained, beaten, and sent to prison camps, such as the infamous Dawson Island, where many people were tortured.

At 14 or 15 I wrote my first stories. In the end, the dialogues diiaz Heredia imagines himself having with his own cat are dialogues with his own consciousness.

He is talking to himself, not with the cat. Sara Blaedel – April 30, International Thrills: What can we look forward to next?

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The book is full of lovely, pithy nuggets of wisdom. In all of them there is an evident counterpoint between literature and history, between reality and fiction.

My intention has simply been to write from the codes of a literary form that I am passionate about, and that my words provoke readers to be more attentive, less complacent with the past, and the time we now live in.

In general, I would say that, like many Idaz, I had to learn to live with fear while gathering the energy and hope to participate in resistance activities. When did the first novels about the period begin to surface, and are there any in particular you would recommend? Idaz you tell us a bit more djaz your background? Title translations where a published translation does not exist appear in the normal font.

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Latest posts by Layton Green see all International Thrills: He has also been an intern for the United Nations, an ESL teacher in Central America, a bartender in London, a seller of cheap knives on the streets of Brixton, a door to door phone book deliverer in Florida, and the list goes downhill from there. Do these roll off the pen, or is it something you have to work at? Like almost any writer, I began as a passionate reader.

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I understand the possibility of preserving some traces of the past city as an exercise in urban memory and I effectively use Santiago as a character in diqz stories that I write.

World-weary private investigators, talking cats, political intrigue, and a murder mystery that reaches into the troubled past of South America: The political parties that were prohibited are back, along with some new ones. What are you reading eterkvic now? Ultimately, the list could always be longer. We are missing things that are needed for a fuller etreovic, but there is no questioning that the situation is better than what we lived through in the past.

Writing a novel is a long distance race, and to arrive well at the finish line requires preparation and willpower.

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What advice would you pass on to budding novelists? In general people in Chile read a lot of Spanish and Latin American authors.

Of those that remained, some were sent to prison camps, such as Chacabuco in the north of the country. First, writing out of the codes of a literary form that is little explored in Chilean literature, and second, tackling issues that at the moment were difficult to speak aloud: