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Elia Barceló



Elia Barceló was born in Alicante in 1957 and teaches Spanish Language and Literature at the University of Innsbruck. She made her name in science-fiction, but with books such as Heart of Tango she is fast gaining the wider readership that she so richly deserves.
David Frye's translations include Thine Is the Kingdom (1999) and Distant Palaces (2004) by Cuban novelist Abilio Estévez, and The Curriculum Vitae of Aurora Ortiz (2005) by Spanish novelist Almudena Solana.

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MacLehose Press

The Goldsmith's Secret

Elia Barceló
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Elia Barceló

MacLehose Press

Heart of Tango

Elia Barceló
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Elia Barceló