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


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

What’s New

  • Horacio Convertini

    (Argentina) Horacio Convertini (1961) was born in Buenos Aires. He’s journalist and he recently published his novel Reinforcement, finalist at the prize Gabriel Sijé 2008. Has also published a book of short stories, Los que están afuera that won the second place in the prize Fondo Nacional de las Artes 2007. He has won and has been shortlisted in many national and international literary competitions. La soledad del mal (The bad loneliness) I PUBLISHER: Eduvim I LANGUAGE: Spanish I YEAR: 2012 I PAGES: 144 I GENRE: Crime novel/Literary fiction I RIGHTS: World. I SOLD TO : Mexico   Báez Ayala, […]

  • Martín Doria

    (Colombia, Argentina) Martín Doria (1973) was born in Barranquilla, a seaside city in northern Colombia. He lived there until the end of the 80s, a decade profoundly defined by violence, civil war and the raise to power of the narco-bourgeoisie. Since then he moved to Argentina, where he works as a doctor. His novels and short stories have won several Prizes in both Colombia and Argentina. Postales de Río (Postcard from Río) I Publisher: Eduvim I Language: Spanish I Pages: 180 I Year: 2012 I Genre: Crime Novel /Noir/ Literary fiction I Rights: World Festival Azabache 2012 Crime Novel Prize (Argentina) […]

  • Patrice Lessard

    (Quebec) Patrice Lessard was born in Louiseville, Quebec in 1971. Le sermon aux poissons, his first novel, was one of the finalists at the Ringuet Prize in 2012. He currently lives between France, Portugal and Italy. He’s now working on his next book, set in Italy.   Nina  Publisher: Héliotrope I Language: French I Year: 2012 I Pages: 396 I Rights: World Shortlisted for the Prix littéraire des Collégiens 2014 !  A few years ago, Antoine decided to move from Quebec to Portugal. He has now been missing for one year. His brother, Vincent, decides to go to Lisbon with his girlfriend Nina, who […]