Mauro Javier Cárdenas

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Mauro Javier Cardenas is an Ecuadorian writer. He grew up in Guayaquil and studied economics at Stanford University. His debut novel The Revolutionaries Try Again was published in 2016.[1] Also that year, he received a Joseph Henry Jackson Award. In 2017, he was named as one of the Bogota39, a selection of the best young writers in Latin America.[2] His second novel, Aphasia, was published in 2020.[3]

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