(Chile) Claudia Apablaza (Santiago de Chile, 1978). She got a BA in Psychology, a MA in Literary Theory at the Universidad de Chile and is doing a Postgraduate Course in Comparative Literature at the Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona. She has been working at LOM Ediciones and Cuarto Proprio ediciones (Chile). She has published over five books, among which are EME/A (Editorial Altazor, Lima, Perú 2010), Diario de las Especies (Lanzallamas, Chile; Jus, Mexico City, 2008; Barataria, Spain, 2010), Autoformato (Lom Ediciones, Chile, 2006), Siempre te creíste la Virginia Woolf (La Calabaza del Diablo, Chile, 2011), GOO y el amor (La […]
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We manage foreign rights for all titles or for specific authors on behalf of international publishers, representing publishers at all major book fairs.
We offer literary scouting services for foreign publishers in the areas of literary and commercial fiction and non-fiction.
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(Argentina) Elvira Orphée was born in 1922 in San Miguel de Tucuman and at the age of fifteen she moved to Buenos Aires. She married the painter Miguel Ocampo and they lived in Italy during the late 50s. She was a personal friend of famous writers and filmmakers such as Italo Calvino, Federico Fellini, Elsa Morante and Alberto Moravia. She then moved to Paris where she worked as an editorial consultant for Gallimard, helping to build their prestigious Latin American Fiction Collection. She has written several novels, Dos veranos (1956), Uno (1961), Aire tan dulce (1966), En el fondo (1969), […]
(Quebec) Nicolas Chalifour was born in Quebec City in 1970. He has lived in Toronto and Montreal and its suburbs. From Here, Everything Is Small was shortlisted for the 2010 Prix des libraires. Vu d’ici tout est petit (From Here, Everything Is Small) Publisher: Héliotrope I Language: French I Year: 2010 I Pages: 236 I Rights: World Shortlisted for the 2010 Quebec Booksellers’Prize Winner of the Special Jury Award of the 2010 Montérégie Region Book Prizes Vu d’ici tout est petit was included in l’ Actualité magazine’s list of ‘35 new voices shaking Quebec literature’ A little creature (a sort of gnome) […]