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Alice Whitmore studied Spanish at Monash University in 2008 and spent a year studying at Tec de Monterrey in Mexico from 2009-2010. She stayed on in Mexico for another year before returning to Australia to finish her undergraduate degree with majors in Philosophy and Spanish and Latin American Studies. She started honours in the mid-year intake in 2012.

Whitemore has subsequently translated two novels: Guillermo Fadanelli’s See You at Breakfast? and Mariana Dimópulos’s All My Goodbyes. Her work, which also includes shorter translation projects, has been nominated for the Pushcart Prize.

In 2018, Whitmore was lecturing in Spanish and literary studies at Monash University and was translations editor for Cordite Poetry Review and assistant editor for the AALITRA Review.

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