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Leila Guerriero 

12.04.23
  / 16.05.23
Leila Guerriero (Buenos Aires, 1967) is an Argentine writer and journalist. She began her career in journalism in 1991 as a writer at Página/30, a monthly magazine of the Argentine newspaper Página/12. Since then, her texts have appeared in a number of Latin American and European publications such as Argentina’s La Nación and Rolling Stone, Spain’s El País, Brazil’s Piauí, Mexico’s Gatopardo, Italy’s L’Internazionale, or the United Kingdom’s Granta. She is also the author of the books Los suicidas del fin del mundo (2004), Frutos extraños (2009), Plano americano (2013), A Simple Story (2013), Zona de obras (2014), Opus Gelber (2019), Teoría de la gravedad (2019) and La otra guerra (2021). Her work has been translated into English, French, German, Swedish, Portuguese, Italian and Polish. She has received the CEMEX-FNPI Prize, the González Ruano Prize for Journalism, the Grand Prix Blue Metropolis Prize and the Manuel Vázquez Montalbán Prize for Cultural and Political Journalism. Since 2011 she has worked as an editor for the Diego Portales University Press in Chile. She now directs Tusquets Publications’ Mirada Crónica collection in Argentina. She is Gatopardo magazine’s editor for Latin America and a teacher at the Fundación Gabo founded by Gabriel García Márquez.

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Leila Guerriero 

12.04.23
  / 16.05.23
Leila Guerriero (Buenos Aires, 1967) is an Argentine writer and journalist. She began her career in journalism in 1991 as a writer at Página/30, a monthly magazine of the Argentine newspaper Página/12. Since then, her texts have appeared in a number of Latin American and European publications such as Argentina’s La Nación and Rolling Stone, Spain’s El País, Brazil’s Piauí, Mexico’s Gatopardo, Italy’s L’Internazionale, or the United Kingdom’s Granta. She is also the author of the books Los suicidas del fin del mundo (2004), Frutos extraños (2009), Plano americano (2013), A Simple Story (2013), Zona de obras (2014), Opus Gelber (2019), Teoría de la gravedad (2019) and La otra guerra (2021). Her work has been translated into English, French, German, Swedish, Portuguese, Italian and Polish. She has received the CEMEX-FNPI Prize, the González Ruano Prize for Journalism, the Grand Prix Blue Metropolis Prize and the Manuel Vázquez Montalbán Prize for Cultural and Political Journalism. Since 2011 she has worked as an editor for the Diego Portales University Press in Chile. She now directs Tusquets Publications’ Mirada Crónica collection in Argentina. She is Gatopardo magazine’s editor for Latin America and a teacher at the Fundación Gabo founded by Gabriel García Márquez.

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