Lucy Popescu’s Review of Good Offices

The journalist and author Lucy Popescu has viagra patent written a very impressive review of Good Offices on the, frankly excellent, cultural resource for Latin America and the Caribbean latineos.com. The Catholic Church has had a bad press of late with a series of damaging child-abuse scandals and shameful cover-ups. Its opposition to contraception and abortion, its subjugation of women and its homophobia have also come under fire. Evelio Rosero, …

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Festival Of Ibero-American Literature

This month should be a good one for devotees of Latin American Literature: the third Festival of Ibero-American Literature will be taking place between the 14th and 18th November in the the Charing Cross branch of Foyles Bookshop. And, rather thrillingly, there will be an Evelio Rosero event on the very first day: MONDAY 14TH NOVEMBER, 18.30 “AN INSIGHT INTO THE WORK OF EVELIO ROSERO” Award-winning Colombian author Evelio Rosero …

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More New Office For Good Offices

Another wonderful blog review for Evelio Rosero’s Good Offices, this time from the Milo’s Rambles blog. One thing became clear to me early on – while reading viagra vs cialis reviews // http://viagraonline-storerx.com/ // cialis without ed // dosage of viagra // is the canadian pharmacy legit // canadian superstore online pharmacy reviews // cialis print ad // http://genericcialis-rxotc.com/ Good Offices by Evelio Rosero – was its fluidity. Reading such …

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Good Offices: First Reviews

Evelio Rosero’s second novel in English translation, Good Offices, was published this month. His first novel in translation, The Armies, won the Independent Foreign Fiction Prize in 2009. Here are some of the first reviews for Good Offices, all at this stage for the (identical in terms of text) American edition, which is being published by New Directions. Anne McLean, who translated The Armies, worked with a co-translator for Good Offices, …

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Evelio Rosero Wins Another International Prize

  The Danish edition of The Armies has won the ALOA Prize that awards and promotes literature from Africa, Latin America, Oceania and Asia in Denmark. It is the third literary prize Rosero has won for the novel, following the Tusquets Editores Prize (2006) for a novel from the Spanish-speaking world and the UK’s Independent Foreign Fiction Prize (2009), which was shared with translator Anne McLean. Chair of judges for …

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