Claudia Piñeiro


As an author and scriptwriter for television she has already won numerous national and international prizes, among them the renowned German LiBeraturpreis for Elena sabe and the prestigious Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz Prize for Las grietas de Jara. According to the prestigious newspaper La Nación, Claudia Piñeiro is the third most translated Argentinean author, right after Borges and Cortázar.

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By Claudia Piñeiro

  • The Curses

    NOVEL, 2017

    "You can get into politics for many different reasons. Some of them more legitimate than others. But also by mistake, out of apathy, or because you don't know any better. Because you were in the...

  • A Little Stroke of Luck

    NOVEL, 2015

    A woman returns to Argentina twenty years after leaving in disgrace. But she is returning as a different person: she doesn’t look the same and her voice is different. She doesn’t even...

  • A Communist in Underpants

    NOVEL, 2013

    Claudia Piñeiro's most recent book, Un comunista en calzoncillos [A Communist in Underpants], is a flashback to the author's childhood and an homage to her father, intertwining facts and...

  • Betibú

    NOVEL, 2010

    In her novel Betibú , Claudia Piñeiro uses her typical human touch to combine an exciting thriller with an astute portrait of the Argentinean media and society. When the crime...

  • A Crack in the Wall

    NOVEL, 2009

    What price must one pay to change the course of their life and make their dreams come true? Although Pablo Simó has a deep urge to build the tower of his dreams, he limits himself to...

  • All Yours

    NOVEL, 2008

    A heart drawn in rouge, with ‘I love you’ scrawled over it and signed ‘Yours’ tells Inés that her husband is cheating on her. What follows is not just a gripping,...

  • Elena Knows

    NOVEL, 2007

    Shortly after Rita is found dead in a church she used to attend, the investigation is closed. Her mother is the only person still determined to find the culprit. However, in her sickly...

  • Thursday's Widowers

    NOVEL, 2005

    CLARÍN PRIZE, 2005 In Thursday's Widowers , fifty kilometres outside the gates of Buenos Aires lives the small society of Altos de la Cascada. Behind locked doors, shielded from the...

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