• 56. Cuarenta años de periodismo y algo de vida personal

    NON FICTION, 2017

    Jorge Lanata

    Jorge Lanata cuenta en primera persona sus memorias en el periodismo, desde sus incursiones iniciales en la adolescencia, la temprana experiencia en la disruptiva revista El Porteño y la...

  • The Visitor

    ESSAY, 2017

    Sergio Chejfec


  • On the Grass

    POETRY, 2017

    Gioconda Belli

    Belli's first book, On the Grass (1972), which won a prize for poetry from the Universidad Nacional de Nicaragua, revolutionized Latin American poetry with its frank exploration of the body and...

  • Natural Disasters

    NOVEL, 2017

    Pablo Simonetti

    The memory of a trip to the south - in the turbulent early seventies in Chile - becomes a key fragment in the construction of Marco's past and identity: it was the only time he ever felt close to...

  • The Cryptographer’s Daughter

    NOVEL, 2017

    Pablo De Santis

    The novel begins where it ends: with the dead body of Ezequiel Colina Ross, a professor of cryptography who taught the narrator of this story, Miguel Dorey. Miguel's father plans for him to...

  • The Curses

    NOVEL, 2017

    Claudia Piñeiro

    "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...

  • Octavio Paz. The Words of the Tree

    BIOGRAPHY, 1998

    Elena Poniatowska

    Elena Poniatowska presents an intimate portrait of Octavio Paz based on conversations, memories, letters and snippets of poems. She tells the poet's story, offering her own version of their time...

  • Paseo de la Reforma

    NOVELA, 1996

    Elena Poniatowska

    Ashby Egbert is a member of the Mexican upper classes and that is how he was brought up. He never thinks to question his upbringing until he suffers an accident while his parents are away and must...

  • Jumbled Pages


    Pablo De Santis

    Darío inherits a struggling publisher from his uncle, and also a novel with all the pages jumbled up. Working through the night, he sets out to put the book back together again with the...

  • From One to Ten and Back Again


    Bernardo Fernández, Bef Bef, Bernardo Fernández ,

    Robots, bears, devils, platypuses, monsters, soldiers, an octopus, a girl and lots more. This is a book for girls and boys who are just beginning to learn to count. One of the most talented...

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