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Petite Fleur

When his fireworks factory job ends explosively and his wife returns to work, José is surprised to realise he has a talent for keeping house: childcare, tidying, cleaning, cooking, gardening, he excels at it all. On Thursdays, he hangs out […]

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The Gurugu Pledge

Informed by first-hand accounts, this funny yet strangely chilling refugees’ tale offers a distinctly African perspective on a global crisis.


Kingdom Cons

Beats, daggers, girls, and graft: can the Artist sing truth to power where a Mexican drug baron holds court?


The Proof

A playful take on youth culture, young love and ultra-violence on the streets of Buenos Aires from the cult hero of Argentinian letters


The Little Buddhist Monk

A twisted tale of Korean temples, tourism and surprise robotics from Argentina’s legendary and controversial Man Booker International finalist


Vampire in Love

‘A writer who has no equal in the contemporary landscape of the Spanish novel.’
Roberto Bolaño

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The Seamstress and the Wind

In a small town in Argentina, a seamstress is sewing a wedding dress. All of a sudden she fears that her son has been kidnapped and driven off to Patagonia. She gives chase in a taxi. Her husband finds out […]

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The Transmigration of Bodies

“These days we walk right past a body on the street, and we have to stop pretending we can’t see it.” – from The Transmigration of Bodies A plague has brought death to the city. Two feuding crime families with blood […]

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I’ll Sell You a Dog

Long before he was the taco seller whose ‘Gringo Dog’ recipe made him famous throughout Mexico City, our hero was an aspiring artist: an artist, that is, till his would-be girlfriend was stolen by Diego Rivera, and his dreams snuffed […]

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Lunatics, Lovers and Poets: Twelve Stories after Cervantes and Shakespeare

‘The lunatic, the lover, and the poet, are of imagination all compact.’ – William Shakespeare, A Midsummer Night’s Dream To commemorate the 400th anniversary of the deaths of William Shakespeare and Miguel de Cervantes, And Other Stories and Hay Festival have selected twelve contemporary international […]

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