Anna Kazumi Stahl

Anna Kazumi Stahl is a fiction writer and holds a comparative literature PhD from the University of California, Berkeley. Raised in Louisiana in a mixed Asian/Euro-descendant family, she moved to South America in 1995 and began writing in Spanish. Her books include Miradas [Gazes] (Malba, 2020), Flores de un solo día [Flowers of a Single Day] (Seix Barral, 2003), and Catástrofes naturales [Natural Disasters] (Sudamericana, 1997), while her short stories have been published in Latin America, Australia, Japan, and Western Europe. In addition to teaching creative writing, she is the director of New York University’s global program in Buenos Aires, Argentina.