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The Cuervo Brothers

Andrés Felipe Solano

‘I was Mister Average, right on the borderline.’

The Cuervo brothers claimed to have been transferred from a school whose name we had never heard of. The older one started in the second year, a class below me. The younger one joined in the last year of primary school. From the very first week there were all kinds of stories about them. As the mont…


Andrés Felipe Solano

Andrés Felipe Solano is the author of the novels Sálvame, Joe Louis (Save Me, Joe Louis) and Los hermanos Cuervo (The Cuervo Borthers). His work has appeared in the New York Time Magazine, Words Without Borders and Anew. He was featured in Granta 113: The Best of Young Spanish-language Novelists. He currently lives in Seoul, South Korea.

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Translated by Nick Caistor

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