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Julianne Pachico

Julianne Pachico

Julianne Pachico speaks with Caroline Sanderson about childhood in Colombia, the influence of horror and suspense in her work, and teaching vs writing. Julianne Pachico speaks with Caroline Sanderson about growing up in Colombia at an unstable and threatening time, how horror and suspense fiction have influenced her work, and how she marries the demands of teaching creative writing with those of producing her own work.


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