"All My Goodbyes is a virtuoso performance. A love story told in razor sharp fragments, the novel lies at the intersection of memory, violence and trauma."--Katie Kitamura
A young Argentinian woman feels her identity is in pieces. Diffident, self-critical, wary of commitment, she is condemned, or condemns herself, to repeated acts of departure, from places, parents, and lovers. Then, arriving in the southernmost region of Patagonia, she convinces herself she has found happiness, until she's caught up in the horrific murders that haunt her story.
About the Author
Alice Whitmore is a Melbourne-based writer and literary translator. Her previous translation from the Spanish for Giramondo was Guillermo Fadanelli's novella See You At Breakfast? She lectures in literary studies and translation at Monash University.