Óscar Contardo

Óscar Contardo is a journalist and a writer. He was born in 1974. His writes about culture and society. His books include Pretension: Class Ambition, Snobbery and Society in Chile (Vergara 2008), Weird: A Chilean Gay Story (Planeta 2011), and Santiago Capital (Planeta 2012)


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