Genres

  • Every day belongs to us

    NOVEL, 2016

    Catalina Aguilar Mastretta

    They were María and Emiliano. That was what everyone called them, everywhere they went... until one day they weren't any more. Since then they've discovered that rebuilding a new life as a...

  • Now that I’ve said goodbye, how do I forget you?

    SELF HELP, 2016

    Walter Riso

    A guide to ridding your ex from your head and your heart. Some people and relationships leave an indelible mark. It's as though they've got tangled up in our DNA; the very essence of who we...

  • The Unauthorized Biography of 1910

    NON FICTION, 2010

    Daniel Balmaceda

    Balmaceda immerses himself in the year of the country's centenary to tell in his accessible, engaging style the incredible stories that took place during the lavish celebrations, including the...

  • Gold and Swords

    NON FICTION, 2006

    Daniel Balmaceda

    If a technological genius were ever to invent a time machine, the journalist and historian Daniel Balmaceda would be its most frequent user. He'd never stop accumulating time miles researching...

  • When Laughter Blossomed

    CHILDREN'S LITERATURE, 2016

    Gioconda Belli

    "One day, in the damp jungle of the tropics, where charming trees live and orchids and creepers take refuge, Enea and Alia climbed down from the top of a Ceiba tree and realized that they were the...

  • A Good Man

    SHORT STORIES, 2016

    María Fasce

    WINNER OF THE 12TH CORTES DE CÁDIZ IBERO-AMERICAN PRIZE FOR THE NOVEL María Fasce writes from a surprisingly transgressive and cosmopolitan viewpoint in a tone that combines...

  • The Diaries of Emilio Renzi. The Happy Years

    NOVEL, 2016

    Ricardo Piglia

    This second volume of the three that make up The Diaries of Emilio Renzi, purportedly written by Ricardo Piglia's alter ego, covers the period between 1968 and 1975. While the previous book...

  • A Wedding in Chimalistac

    CHILDREN'S BOOK, 2008

    Elena Poniatowska

    The gardens of the neighbourhood of Chimalistac, in the south of Mexico City, witness the love of a lemon tree for a Jacaranda. Unfortunately, the Jacaranda is in love with an ash tree and the...

  • Winter with My Generation

    NOVEL, 2015

    Mauro Libertella

    A group of friends who met at a private school in Buenos Aires come of age. Together, they share a love of literature, rock mix tapes, a hankering after women, uncertainty about their future and...

  • Other People’s Style

    NON FICTION, 2015

    Mauro Libertella

    Over two years, Mauro Libertella held differently structured interviews with eighteen of the most important Latin American writers on the contemporary scene: relaxed conversations tailored to each...

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