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

  • Javier Chibrando

    (Argentina) Javier Chibrando (Santa Fe, 1961) is an Argentinean writer and musician. He is one of the organizers of the Festival Azabache (Noir and Crime) in Mar del Plata and gives regular writing workshops in Argentina and at international events. He has already published three novels, among which Todavía no cumplí cincuenta y ya estoy muerto (Ed. Barataria, Spain), shortlisted in 1999 for La Sonrisa Vertical Prize for erotic literature (Ed. Tusquets). La caza mayor (The Big Game) I PUBLISHER: Eduvim I LANGUAGE: Spanish I YEAR: 2012 I PAGES: 100 I GENRE: Crime novel/Noir/Literary fiction I RIGHTS: World Pierino Baldacci, […]

  • Henri Verne

    (Belgium) Henry Verne (1918, Ath, Belgium) the pseudonym of Charles-Henry Dewisme, is one of the most important author of action and science-fiction novels of the world. He was a boxer, a diamond collector, an II world war resistant, a secret agent for the MI6, a painter and a journalist. He visited every corner of this plante (we are still not sure about the others) and has seens published over 230 of his works during his life. He mostly known as the father of the character Bob Morane, a modern day hero whose adventures span over 50 years, starting as straight adventure […]

  • Lúcia Bettencourt

    (Brazil) A native of Rio de Janeiro, Lúcia Bettencourt is one of the most innovative and dynamic writers in Brazil today. She is the recipient of several awards, including the 2005 SESC Literature Prize for A secretária de Borges (Record, 2006), the 2007 Josué Guimarães Prize for the short stories A mãe de Proust (Proust’s mother), A caixa (The box), and Manhã (Morning); and the Osman Lins Prize for the short story A cicatriz de Olímpia (Olympia’s scar). She is a contributor to Rascunho, a literary journal based in Curitiba, Paraná, and Ideias, the Jornal do Brasil literary supplement. She […]

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