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After working for Time Magazine as a researcher reporter and Miami bureau chief García turned to writing fiction Her first novel Dreaming in Cuban 1992 received critical acclaim and was a finalist for the National Book Award She has since published her novels The Agüero Sisters 1997 and Monkey Hunting 2003 and has edited books of Cuban and other Latin American literature Her fourth