2022 "No One Gets Used to It," a short story by Alejandra Costamagna. Two Lines Journal. https://www.catranslation.org/journal-post/no-one-ever-gets-used-to-it/
2022 "How to Become a Star," a work of creative non-fiction by Santiago Roncagliolo. McSweeney's issue 68.
2022 "Odd Dose," a short story by María Ospina. 128 Lit. Issue One. https://www.128lit.org/ (Nominated for a Pushcart Prize)
2021 Excerpt of Easy Money (Coleccionistas de polvos raros), a novel by Pilar Quintana. 91st Meridian. Spring. Vol. 11, No. 1. https://iwp.uiowa.edu/91st/vol11-num1/pilar-quintana
2019 “Stories of Singers,” a short story by Roberto Burgos Cantor. The Brooklyn Rail. https://intranslation.brooklynrail.org/2019/11/
2017 “Where Are You, Sweetheart,” a short story by Mariana Enríquez. Freeman’s Fall-Winter.
2014 “The Dirty Kid,” a short story by Mariana Enríquez. McSweeney’s: Thirteen Crime Stories from Latin America. No. 46.
2013 “Strawberry-Flavored Kool-Aid,” a short story by Guillermo Fadanelli. Gargoyle.
2013 “Rape,” a short story by Pilar Quintana. Prairie Schooner.
2012 “Víctor Comes Back,” a short story by Tomás González. ZYZZYVA.
2012 “Holy Week Vacation,” a short story by Guillermo Fadanelli. A Public Space.
2011 “Six Eyes,” a short story by J. M. Servín. Epiphany.
2011 “The Craving,” a short story by J. M. Servín. Hanging Loose.
2011 “At that Age I Was a Boy,” a short story by Guillermo Fadanelli. Arch.
2011 Excerpt of Collectors of Weird F++ks (Coleccionistas de polvos raros), a novel by Pilar Quintana. Gargoyle.
2011 “Natural Beauties,” a short story by Carlos Chernov. Hanging Loose.
2010 “Birds in the Mouth,” a short story by Samanta Schweblin. TWO LINES.
2010 “Preserves,” a short story by Samanta Schweblin. Words Without Borders. http://wordswithoutborders.org/article/preserves-by-semanta-schweblin. Reprinted in PALABRAS: Dispatches from THE FESTIVAL DE LA PALABRA, Yamilé Silva and Hank Willenbrink (lulu.com 2013).
2010 “On the Steppes,” a short story by Samanta Schweblin. The Bitter Oleander.
2009 “A Man and a Dog,” a short story by Luis Fayad. The Bitter Oleander.
2008 “The Husband of Maria Klossner,” a short story by Ricardo Silva Romero. Subtropics.
Si callas leeré tus gestos mañosas [sic]./If you fall silent I will read your devious expressions.