Puertas demasiado pequeñas

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Ave Barrera

Painter José Federico Burgos is forced by the whim of an excentric millionaire to establish himself as an art forger. Confined to live in a mansion, José believes to have found the comfort that eluded him. But satisfying the demands of his sponsor will put him at risk of losing the link he has with the world.

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ISBN 978-958-8812-54-0

Tamaño 20 x 14,5

Tapa blanda con solapa

páginas 224

COP 34 000  USD 15


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No soñarás flores

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Fernanda Trías

But it wasn′t until the week after, when the thing with the phone happened, that I actually thought about it: that my father′s smell would be the first thing to be forgotten, the most fragile, and suddenly it was as if my father died again, but this time he wasn′t alone, in his house, trying to open the door to the paramedics, it was in front of me, in my own arms, literally in my nosetrils.

 

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PVP: 37000 COP – 16 USD

Tamaño: 20×14,5

Número de páginas: 164

ISBN: 978-958-8812-65-6

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Chapinero

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Andrés Ospina

Distressed by a financial crisis, Lorenzo Heredia debates in between selling or staying with a seniority, the only family heritage that he has. To try to find a price for it, he must investigate the origin of this relic. Multiple voices emerge from other times to reveal more information than the desired, articulating a story that starts in the Chapinero neighbourhood in 2015 and ends with Anton Hero,  an illustrated shoemaker that sails from Cadiz in 1655.
 

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Chapinero, Laguna Libros, 2015.
Author: Andrés Ospina
ISBN: 978-958-8812-38-0
Size: 20 x 14,5 cm.
Page number: 280
P.F.S: COP $39.000 US $15

La azotea (The rooftop)

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Fernanda Trías

“The world is this house” says Clara while she pretends to protect her beloved ones from the outside world that makes her feel threatened. Clara trenches with her father and Flor, her daughter, in a dark apartment that without remedy collapses upon them. The rooftop becomes her last chink of freedom. A bird in a cage is the only witness of Clara’s fear and resistance against those who try to destroy her.

As a young woman, Fernanda Trías published La azotea, novel that was selected among the best books of the year by the journal El País Cultural (Montevideo), and obtained the third place of edited narrative in the Uruguay National Literature Award (2002). It was first published by Editorial Trilce (Montevideo, 2001) and Puntocero (Caracas, 2010).

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La azotea, Laguna Libros, 2015.
Author: Fernanda Trías
Size: 14, 5 x 20 cm
Collection: Laguna Continental
Page number: 136
I.S.B.N: 978-958-8812-39-7
P.V.P: $32.000 U$ 15

El fin de la lectura

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El fin de la lectura
 

El fin de la lectura (The end of reading) is a collection of twenty-five short stories and micro-fictions, plus four “Twelve rules of short-storytelling” where the author compiles some of his thoughts on this literary genre. These fictions cover the subjects of love, family, death, guilt, language and brevity.

Los niños

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Carolina Sanín

Laura Romero lives with her dog Brus. A saturday midnight, a six-year-old appeared under her balcony and he won’t tell from where does he come from, neither would say why he is there. He seems to ignore the way the world works. While he is assigned a new home, she takes him in and tries to give meaning to his presence.

Children is Carolina Sanín’s second novel, in which she explores the limits of isolation and intimacy as she inquires about compassion, maternity, abandonment, femininity and childhood.


ISBN: 978-958-8812-23-6
Tamaño 20 x 14,5 cm.
140 pp.
COP $30.000 US $15
E-book available 


Otros títulos de la colección Laguna Fantástica

Viajes interplanetarios en zepelines que tendrán lugar el año 2009

La ficción del monje

Rojo sombra

You, the delirious one

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Andrés Arias

Tú, que deliras

The agony of loving her didn’t end with her death. Carolina Cárdenas (1903-1936) was the most beautiful, mysterious and talented woman in Bogotá in the 1930s; a pioneer of photography and ceramics in Colombia, as well as a painter and sketcher. Her short life was passionate and subject of scandals and gossip in Bogotá´s high society of the time. Her name is central in Colombia´s art history, and yet many seem to have forgotten her. Juan Fernando, a journalist from Ambalema, Tolima, who fell in love with her and with the promises of liberty and modernity she represented, is the narrator of this story.

ISBN 978-958-8812-13-7
Product dimensions 20,1 cm x 14,7 cm
Paperback
Pages 348 p.
Price  US$22.1  CO$42.000

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Titles from this collection Chronicle

La casa de vecindad

Memoria por correspondencia

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