Love Customs at Postwar Spain
Martín Gaite, Carmen

USA (New Jersey University Press)
Russia (Glagol)

Dictum on God
Marina, José Antonio

Portugal (Fim de Século)

Mefisto's Vals
Pitol, Sergio
Pages: 128

Poland (Czyteinki)
Hungary (Europa)

The Iridescent Platinum Meter
Pombo y García de los Ríos, Álvaro
Pages: 432

France (Christian Bourgois)
Germany (Klett-Cotta)

Touching Our Faces
Ruiz de Gopegui, Belén
Pages: 232

France (Actes Sud)

Distant Star
Bolaño, Roberto
Pages: 160

Estrella distante is a fable about an impostor. A man with many names, many masks, many lives but with no other moral than the aesthetic. In Allende's time he appears with...

Italy (Sellerio)
France (Christian Bourgois)
Germany (Antje Kunstmann and Heyne)
The Netherlands (Meulenhoff)
UK (The Harvill Press)
USA (New Directions)
Serbia & Montenegro (Svetovi)
Russia (Machaon)
Greece (Kastaniotis)
Portugal (Teorema)
Romania (Curtea Vecche)
Turkey (Metis)
Poland (Muza)

The Clear Sky
Pombo y García de los Ríos, Álvaro

El cielo raso is a well nurtured novel with a variety of anecdotes that seem to feed the respective narrative courses of the two characters lives: two cousins, who embody diff...

France (Christian Bourgois)

The Firm Intention
Barba, Andrés
Pages: 231

English translation of one of the stories

France (Christian Bourgois)
USA (Words Without Borders)
Romania (Vellant)
USA (word English) (Transit Books)
Bulgaria (Ergo Publishing)

Loosing is What Matters
Pérez Subirana, Manuel
Pages: 208

When his marriage and carrer fall apart, a young lawyer sets out a desperate mission to recapture the promise of his youth. His attempt leaves him standed between a past he no longer recognizes and a life that's no longer his, and he soon begins to suspect that the surest path to happiness lies in simply giving up. Losing is What Matters is a moving, tragicomic novel about defeat, memory, and the seductive prospect of losing it all.

United States (Dalkey Archive Press)

The Blind Sunflowers
Méndez, Alberto
Pages: 160

NATIONAL PRIZE FOR LITERATURE CRITICS´ PRIZE A Captain of Franco´s army, the same day as the victory, renounces winning the war; a young poet runs away with...
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