Genres

  • Report on the Blind

    NOVEL, 2013.

    Ernesto Sabato

    ‘Now that it's going to end with my murder, how did this all begin?' Report on the Blind, a chapter from On Heroes and Tombs, first published in 1961, begins with this question. But because...

  • From Havana to La Paz

    ESSAY, 2016

    William Ospina

    ‘These essays address our turbulent history from different angles, exploring the potential of our community, the challenges we face today and the endeavours we will need to embark upon...

  • It Happened in the Rain

    POETRY, 2014

    Isidoro Blaisten

    "I see the poetic moment as a flash in the dark: you can't spend your whole life saying hello to people in the lift, paying your taxes and pontificating about the state of the country. Life is...

  • The last Hammett

    NOVEL, 2018

    Juan Sasturain

    «"There's always that mixture of theft, envy and homage," said Dash.» It's 1953 and the veteran Dashiell Hammett, on the run from the IRS and the FBI, needs to write a new novel. It...

  • Leyra

    YOUNG ADULT NOVEL, 2018

    Pablo De Santis

    Leyra is a new student at the Témpore Institute, an art school for girls that specializes in drawing. There, she develops her skills as an illustrator and takes part in a competition that...

  • Pizzeria Vesubio

    NOVEL, 2018

    Walter Riso

    A recipe for an unforgettable novel: Take some family dough, knead by hand and add the following ingredients in generous quantities: love, humour, secrets, betrayal, nonsense, minor dramas and...

  • Look at Me

    NOVEL, 2018

    Antonio Ungar

    «A new family has moved in opposite: flat 21, fifth floor on Rue C. They arrived on Monday. They're dark-skinned. Indians, Arabs or Gypsies. They have a daughter.» Thus begins the...

  • The Extinction of the Species

    NOVEL, 2017

    Diego Vecchio

    A FINALIST IN THE 35TH HERRALDE PRIZE FOR THE NOVEL Having been bequeathed a legacy by Sir James Smithson, Zacharias Spears founds a museum to exhibit the latest specimens sent back from...

  • The Singing Charrito

    SHORT STORIES, 2017

    Elena Poniatowska

    In Santa Isabel Tola there is an aqueduct that people say is full of tears: all the water that runs along it came from La Llorona. This is where Fernando Alonso lives. His father has shot himself...

  • Teach to Feel, Feel to Teach

    NON FICTION, 2017

    Pilar Sordo

    Over the last thirty years, the world has changed unimaginably. Our perception of relationships, health, communication, environmental awareness and the demands that work and businesses place on...

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