Elia Barceló

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Elia Barceló
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BornJanuary 29, 1957
NationalitySpain

Elia Barceló or Elia Eisterer-Barceló (born January 29, 1957) is a Spanish academic and author who lives in Austria.

Life[edit]

Barceló was born in Elda in 1957. She became an academic and earned her doctorate in Innsbruck in 1995. She is a Professor of Spanish literature in Austria. She writes a good number of science fiction novels and works for children. She has won a number of awards.

Her book Heart of Tango was published in an English translation in 2010.[1]

Selected works[edit]

  • Sagrada, 0000
  • Consecuencias Naturales, 0000
  • El mundo de Yarek, 0000
  • El caso del Artista Cruel, 0000
  • La mano de Fatma, 0000
  • El vuelo del hipogrifo, 0000
  • El caso del crimen de la ópera, 0000
  • El secreto del orfebre, 0000
  • Disfraces terribles, 0000
  • El contrincante, 0000
  • Cordeluna, 0000
  • Corazón de Tango, 0000
  • El almacén de las palabras terribles, 0000
  • La roca de Is
  • Las largas sombras, 0000
  • Caballeros de Malta, 0000
  • Anima mundi, 0000

References[edit]

  1. ^ Frye, Elia Barceló ; translated from the Spanish by David (2010). Heart of Tango. London: MacLehose. ISBN 1906694605.