Patricio Fernández


(Santiago de Chile, 1969) Studied literature and philosophy in Chile and Renaissance Art History at the Università degli Studi di Firenze, Italy. In 1998, he founded The Clinic, the celebrated satirical and cultural magazine that was created to mark the arrest of Pinochet in London, and which became the most widely-read magazine in the country. In 2001, he published the novel Ferrantes (Mondadori) and in 2003 Escritos Plebeyos, a book that collected his best columns as director of the The Clinic. He currently works in radio, directs the publishing company Copa Rota and writes about literature, art and contemporary society in diverse media.



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