Patricia ALMARCEGUI

Patricia ALMARCEGUI

Author eligible for translation grants from the Balearic Islands (Zaragoza, 1969). Lives in Menorca. Dancer in her youth, writer, lecturer and great traveller. She has lived in countries such as Yemen, Uzbekistan, Japan, India and Iran (where she made a documentary), Sri Lanka… Patricia Almarcegui was a guest researcher at EHESS and the Sorbonne in France, at Colombia University in New York. Author of seven books, five non fiction books...

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Anne-Laure AMILHAT SZARY (French)

Anne-Laure AMILHAT SZARY (French)

(1971, Paris) Geographer whose research focuses on border dynamics, Anne-Laure Amilhat Szary (PhD. and former student of The Ecole Normale Supérieure) is Professor at the University of Grenoble-Alpes and member of the renowned “Institut Universitaire de France”. She directs the PACTE social sciences research lab and is one of the co-founders of the ‘ antiAtlas of borders’ collective (http://www.antiatlas.net/en/), a...

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Elia Barceló (France only)

Elia Barceló (France only)

Agent : Undercover literary agents, co-agent in France : Sophie Savary Celsius Award 2014 Edebé Award 1997 and 2007 (Alicante, 1957) Her last novel of literary fiction, before The ECho Of Skin, is El color del silencio (The Color Of Silent) published by Roca (spanish and catalan) has been translated in Germany (Piper), Netherlands (Querido), Poland (Wydawnictwo Literackie). Elia Barceló is the author of internationally successful...

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Carlos BASSAS del REY (France only)

Carlos BASSAS del REY (France only)

Agent : Alrevés editorial, Sophie Savary co-agent in France DASHIEL HAMMETT Prize in Girón 2019Tormo Negro Prize 2015 Prize for Black Novel Ciudad de Carmona 2012Plácido award for Best Black Genre Screenplay at the IX Manresa International Black Film Festival 2007 (Barcelona, 1974) Carlos Bassas works as a fortune teller, a task that he balances with teaching and writing scripts. In 2007 he won the Plácido award for Best Black Genre...

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Mònica BATET

Mònica BATET

Her voice, cold and simple, poetic, arouses beautiful reading emotions. It serves the reflection and construction of universes that remind us of Agota Kristof. Mònica Batet’s books are eligible for TRANSLATION GRANTS from the RAMÓN LLULL INSTITUTE in Barcelona. ©Alba Rodríguez (El Pont D’Armentera, Tarragona, 1976) Writer and professor of Catalan at the Universitat Rovira i Virgili (Tarragona). She has published short stories books, one...

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Álex CHICO

Álex CHICO

Álex Chico is one of the 10 authors chosen in the second edition of Spanish Agency for International Development Cooperation’s “10 out of 30” project, 2020. (1980, Plasencia-Extremadura. Lives in Barcelona).Álex Chico has a degree in Hispanic Philology and a DEA in Spanish Literature. He has published the notebook Sesenta y cinco momentos en la vida de un escritor de posdatas (2016), the fictional essay Un hombre espera...

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Fernando CLEMOT

Fernando CLEMOT

Fernando Clemot works on memory as the work of a lifetime. He scrutinizes all its functions in order to give meaning. His narration is as personal and chiselled in his novels as it is in his short stories. Setenil Prize for the best book of short stories 2009 ©Wagemann (1970, Barcelona) Fernando Clemot has published the books of short stories Unforgettable Safaris (2012) and Chiado tobacco stores (2009), which was a finalist for the National...

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Arianna DAGNINO (English Canadian)

Arianna DAGNINO (English Canadian)

In the last thirty years Arianna Dagnino has built a diversified cultural and professional experience across many borders and four continents. She was born in Genoa, Italy, and studied in London, Moscow and Boston before starting her career in journalism and international reporting, which led her to spend five years in South Africa. She holds a PhD in Comparative Literature and Sociology from the University of South Australia...

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Gilles DEL PAPPAS (French)

Gilles DEL PAPPAS (French)

Great Price of Literature of Provence for his work as a whole (1949, Marseille), writer Born in the popular district of Racatti in Marseille and of Greek origin, Gilles Del Pappas was a photographer, film director and frequent traveller. He has been writing polars books for the past fifteen years, with 40 books published, including his famous series of Constantine the Greek (the last episode of which (22) appeared in De Borée in 2018 and of...

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Gildas GIRODEAU (French)

Gildas GIRODEAU (French)

His last three black novels were published by Au-delà du raisonnable, now disapeared. Peace more than Truth (2013) Antonia (2015) and Xangô (2018) are available to be republished in french. Delta noir Prize 2015Virtual Prize of the detective novel 2012 (Collioure, 1953. In addition to writing since his youth, he had many trades as a navigator in the commercial navy and is now a farmer of olive trees. He wrote several books of detective novels...

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Óscar GUAL

Óscar GUAL

˵Los novelistas de raza tienen esto : hacen, aunque no se lo propongan, metafísica profunda; esclarecen simbólicamente, partiendo incluso de los elementos más intrascendentes, los problemas clave de los hombres de su tiempo.” Vicente Luis Mora, Quimera. “Óscar Gual continues to nurture one of the most original worlds in Spanish literature today. On this occasion, his merciless gaze passes seamlessly from journalism to computer...

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Rafael GUERRERO

Rafael GUERRERO

“Detective Rafa Guerrero, the one in the novel, perhaps also my real friend Rafael Guerrero, turns out to be a man who no longer believes in anything and anyone. Although not enough to leave that world of adventure.” Juan Madrid A new manuscript is available for publication in the saga Detective Guerrero. ©Ana Portnoy (Madrid, 1969)Private investigator, Director of the “Grupo Agency World Inv. agency”, criminologist at...

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Gerard GUIX

Gerard GUIX

Pin i Soler de Novel-la Award for Tot el que hauries de saber abans d’estimar-me (2011) Fundació Romea de Textos Teatrals Award for Genesi 3.0 (2006) author’s archives Gerard Guix (Vic, 1975) is a writer and teaches at the famous Ateneu de Barcelona writing school. He has published the novels The Continental Drift (2005) and Hunting Day (Columna, 2007). He is also the author of the novel for young people The prodigy (Columna, 2011),...

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Robert JUAN-CANTAVELLA

Robert JUAN-CANTAVELLA

“Proust Fiction has fun with other styles and genres, with no more respect, guided by the refreshing taste of unexpected beauty and scattered meaning”. Nils C. Ahl, Le Monde des Livres, 06/10/2011. ©Jordi Vidal (Almassora, Valencia, 1976. Lives in Barcelona)Considered one of the most talented writers of his generation, Robert Juan-Cantavella is also a French translator (notably of Mathias Enard) and a professor at the Ateneu Writing...

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Miguel Angel MARTÍN (French only)

Miguel Angel MARTÍN (French only)

His elegant graphic style with a clear line associated with harsh, provocative, trashy scenarios, not hesitating to include pornography in his themes, characterizes his albums full of ironic and sarcastic humour. 2014 Best European Comic Book Award at Romics (Rome) 2007 Best album of the year by La Repubblica readers for Brian The Brain 2003 Great Prize “Attilio Micheluzzi” (Naples, Comicon) 1999 Yellow Kid Award for the best...

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Pablo MARTIN CARBAJAL

Pablo MARTIN CARBAJAL

(Tenerife, Canaries, 1969) Writer, economist and Director General of the Service for Relations with Africa in the Canary Islands Government since 2007. To date, he is the author of four novels, the first Tú eres azul cobalto (You are Cobalt Blue), which has been widely published in Spain and Mexico. Several of his short stories have been published in the anthology of Canarian authors (Generación XXI, nuevos novelistas canarios) or in the...

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Andreu MARTÍN

Andreu MARTÍN

GREAT MASTER OF BLACK NOVELAuthor supported by the Ramón Llull Institute, translation grants Pepe Carvalho Prize from the BCNegra Festival (Barcelona, 2011) Dashiell Hammett Prize of the Semana negra de Gijón (three times winner) Deutsche Krimi Prize (Germany, 1993) National Prize for Children’s Literature (1987) and about TWENTY other awards ©Ana Portnoy (1949, Barcelona) Andreu Martín is one of the great masters of the Spanish Black...

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Maribel MEDINA

Maribel MEDINA

“Maribel Medina is courageous in her subjects, direct and effective in the fiction that unmasks the lies”, Carlos Zanón. © Major Black (1969, Pamplona) She studied geography and history, travelled all around the world, worked for various publishers and was a mathematics teacher before devoting herself entirely to philanthropy. She is the founder of the NGO Women’s Time, whose motto is “Women + Education =...

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Emmanuel PETIT (French)

Emmanuel PETIT (French)

ex-Footballer, TV and radio Columnist, Writer World Champion, European Champion, French Champion, English Champion (1970, Dieppe) Emmanuel Petit, who was selected 63 times for the French national team, ended his football career in 2004, after having been world champion and ultimate scorer in the France-Brazil final in 1998, European champion in 2000, French champion with Monaco and English champion with Arsenal. He has written three books in...

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Juan TREJO

Juan TREJO

Túsquets Price 2014 for The machine of the Future © Padro Madueno (Barcelona, 1970) Juan Trejo graduated in Hispanic Philology from the University of Barcelona, he was a member of the editorial team of the magazine Lateral and co-director of the literary magazine Quimera from 2006 to 2009. At present he is a literary translator from English and contributes to the cultural supplement of La Vanguardia and The Altaír’s magazine. His first novel,...

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A few of Candaya’s authors

A few of Candaya’s authors

Home The Candaya publishing house takes its name from that fantastic kingdom to which they go, mounted on Clavileño, Don Quixote and Sancho to end the evil spells of the giant Malambruno. With the same quixotic vocation and will, the publishing house Candaya pretends, from its modesty, to fight against those other spells, even more perverse and malicious, that condemn many Latin American writers to ostracism. Daniela ALCÍVAR BELLOLIO (Ecuador)...

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A few of Oh!Books agency’s authors

A few of Oh!Books agency’s authors

Agustín COMOTTO Agustín Comotto was born in Argentina but has spent half a lifetime travelling from one end of the planet to another. He writes to draw and he draws to write. Author and illustrator of numerous books, his last graphic novel, 155, about the life of the anarchist Simon Radowinsky, has recently been published in the USA, France and Germany. Silvia CRUZ Silvia Cruz Lapeña (Barcelona, 1978) is a journalist who writes about whatever...

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