César Aira

Born in Coronel Pringles, Argentina, César Aira has lived in Buenos Aires since 1967, writing novels, essays, and books that fluctuate between the two. He’s also translated and edited works from France, England, Italy, and Spain, among others. Having published more than 80 books, Aira is not only one of Argentina’s most prolific authors, he’s also one of the most radically unique, intelligent, and wildly inventive writers in contemporary literature. His work has been published throughout Spain and Latin America, and been translated into more than 20 languages. A finalist for the 2015 Man Booker International, Aira has also received a Guggenheim scholarship and been shortlisted for the Rómulo Gallegos Prize. He writes regularly for the Spanish newspaper El País.


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Miracles and Fictions

With over 80 titles, César Aira now explores the adventures of a saint who's performed over 80 miracles....

Miracles and Fictions


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