― Joan Didion, The Year of Magical Thinking
Pandora Dylan Gorman is an American born author and translator. She was born in New York City. Pandora grew up in England, Europe, and Latin America. Her influences are in British, American and European literature as well as Latin American literature.
The author is an American who grew up in Argentina during the 1970s and the beginning years of The Disappeared, and of people fleeing to exile in Europe from the oppression of the government. She was struck by the presence of the young Argentine intellectuals dancing tango for the proceeds in the hat in the Paris subway stations when she lived in Paris after university. Her life became defined by homesickness for Buenos Aires and the family and friends she had journeyed on from, and how to channel the inevitable longing of being in one place and wanting to be in another that begins as soon as we travel for the first time from where we call home to anywhere else.
The author lived in England and in Europe for many years. She wrote her first novel In Another Country on the themes of exile, faith and coming of age in a foreign country at the age of twenty-two, before returning to the United States where she continued her careers in the fashion industry, the music industry, meanwhile becoming a foremost translator and interpreter in the language worker sector, founding the interpreter team at a major city hospital. She has continued to write while traveling and working in industry.
The author's cousin, Mia Goldman is a film director, writer, and editor. Her film Open Window was shown at Sundance . Her uncle, Bo Goldman is an American film icon . He wrote the Oscar winning screenplay for the film
Only the exhaustive is truly interesting.