Born in Buenos Aires (1955) in a family with Argentine, Colombian, Irish and Swiss origins (though Spanish-Jewish, African and Amerindian are also in the blend), Edmundo Murray holds an M.A. in literature from the University of Geneva, where his dissertation "How the Irish Became ‘Gauchos Ingleses’ " has been accepted with honors.
A poet and short story writer, he is currently a doctoral candidate at the University of Zurich (Romanisches Seminar). Edmundo Murray works as an editor at WTO Publications, the in-house publisher of the World Trade Organization.
He is the author of "Devenir Irlandés: Narrativas íntimas de la emigración Irlandesa a la Argentina 1844". Edmundo lives with his wife Estelle and two of his five children in a farm surrounded by pasture woodlands in the Swiss Jura mountains.
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