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Rodrigo Restrepo Montoya, author of the debut 2023 novel, The Holy Days of Gregorio Pasos

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Rodrigo Restrepo Montoya

ABOUT the author

Rodrigo Restrepo Montoya is a Colombian American writer living and working in Tucson, Arizona. His writing has appeared in Triangle House Review, Joyland, and SPECTRA, and is forthcoming from X-Ray. The Holy Days of Gregorio Pasos (Two Dollar Radio, 2023) is his debut novel.

Find out more here:
Website: rodrigorestrepomontoya.com
Twitter: @RodrigoResMon

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The Holy Days of Gregorio Pasos by Rodrigo Restrepo MontoyaThe Holy Days of Gregorio Pasos
"Meditative and direct, Restrepo Montoya’s prose illuminates truths so clearly you can see straight through them to the world around you, and even into yourself. Prescient and timeless, dealing with the inseparability of life and decay, this story, through it all, allowed me to sit deeply with love, family, and forgiveness. Pay attention, a refreshingly honest and singular voice has arrived." —Dantiel W. Moniz, author of Milk Blood Heat

Q&A with Rodrigo Restrepo Montoya | 8/19/2022
We talk with Rodrigo Restrepo Montoya about his forthcoming debut novel, The Holy Days of Gregorio Pasos.


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