What we do

  • Foreign Rights

    Foreign Rights

    We manage foreign rights for all titles or for specific authors on behalf of international publishers, representing publishers at all major book fairs.

  • Literary Scouting

    Literary Scouting

    We offer literary scouting services for foreign publishers in the areas of literary and commercial fiction and non-fiction.

  • Territories

    Territories

    Spain, Portugal, France, Italy, United Kingdom, Brazil and Latin America, USA, Canada.

What’s New

  • María Angélica Bosco

    (Argentina) María Angélica Bosco (Buenos Aires 1909 -2006) has built a proven literary career from her young age. La trampa, El comedor de diario, ¿Dónde está el cordero?, Borges y los otros, La negra Vélez y su ángel, Carta abierta a Judas, Cartas de mujeres, En la piel del otro, Burlas del porvenir, La muerte vino de afuera, Memoria de las casas and La noche anticipada are some of her books. In 1954 she won the second place of the Emecé Novel Prize with La muerte baja en el ascensor. Since then, the awards and the successes of this writer […]

  • David Gálvez

    (Catalonia) David Gálvez (Vilanova i la Geltrú, 1970) lives in Andorra and writes both en Catalan and Spanish. He collaborates with several radio stations and works as literary critic. He writes for underground magazines, fanzines and Catalan, Spanish and Argentinean reviews: Diari d’Andorra, Papers de recerca històrica, Nación Apache, Viure als Pirineus. He’s editor in Portella, Andorra Lletres i Arts. He’s coautor of Cortázar sin barba (Editorial Sudamericana, Buenos Aires). Cartes Mortes (Dead Letters) I Publisher: Males Herbes I Language: Catalan I Pages: 280 I Year: 2014 I Rights: World I Spanish and English sample available Cartes Mortes is homage […]

  • João Gilberto Noll

    (Brazil) João Gilberto Noll was born in Porto Alegre in 1946. He is the author of thirteen books, among them O cego e a dançarina [The blind man and the dancer; 1980], A fúria do corpo [The fury of the body; 1981], Bandoleiros [Bandits; 1985], and Lorde (2012), all published by Record. He has won more than ten literary awards, including the Jabuti Prize in 1981, 1994, 1997, 2004, and 2005. His novel Harmada (Companhia das Letras, 1993) made Bravo! magazine’s list of 100 essential Brazilian books of all time. He is the author of the children’s books Sou Eu! […]

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