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Rodrigo Fresán

Writer and literary critic

Rodrigo made his debut in the literary field with Historia argentina (1991), which was extremely successful in his native country. In 1999 he moved to Barcelona, where he writes his books and also works as a literary critic. He has published Vidas de santos (1993), Trabajos manuales (1994), Esperanto (1995), La velocidad de las cosas (1998), Mantra (2001), Jardines de Kensington (2013), El fondo del cielo (2009), La parte inventada (2014) and La parte soñada (2017). At present he is working on La parte recordada, the third part of a trilogy on writing. His works have been translated and published in over 13 countries. In 2017 he was awarded the Prix Roger Caillois for the totality of his body of work.

Fresán is a contributor to numerous international journalistic media and has translated, annotated and written prologues for books by Ann Beattie, Roberto Bolaño, John Cheever, Frank Conroy, Denis Johnson and Carson McCullers, among many others.

Update: 28 October 2023



J. G. Ballard

Autòpsia del nou mil·lenni / Autopsia del nuevo milenio / An Autopsy of the New Millenium

Has participated in

Kosmopolis 2019

10th Amplified Literature Fest

The Library. Imaginary and History of an Idea

The Time of Strangenesses

A talk between Salman Rushdie and Rodrigo Fresán