Alice Whitmore

is a writer and literary translator based in Melbourne.


About Alice Whitmore

Alice Whitmore is the Pushcart Prize and Mascara Avant-garde Award-nominated translator of Mariana Dimópulos’s Imminence and All My Goodbyes, and Guillermo Fadanelli’s See You at Breakfast? She is the translations editor for Cordite Poetry Review and a founding member of TransCollaborate: Collaborative Translation for Inclusion.


Articles about Alice Whitmore

Articles by Alice Whitmore

Dirty Realism’s Other Face

‘Here, nothing is sacred; everything is corruptible.’ The term ‘dirty realism’ was coined by critic Bill Buford in 1983, in reference to the short fiction of what he thought of as ‘a new generation of American authors.’ The dirty realist canon, now encompasses a diverse range of cultures and languages, including the Hispanophone world. Alice Whitmore on Guillermo Fadanelli and the rise of realismo sucio.