|Alma mater||University of Buenos Aires|
Samanta Schweblin was born in Buenos Aires in 1978. In 2001 she was granted her first award by the Fondo Nacional de las Artes (national Fund of the Arts). In that same year, her first book "El núcleo del Disturbio" (Planeta, 2002) garnered her the first prize of the Concurso Nacional Haroldo Conti. (National Contest Haroldo Conti). In 2008 she obtained the prize "Casa de las Americas" for her storybook "La Furia de las pestes", soon to be published. She was included in the anthologies "Quand elles se glissent dans la peau d'un homme" (Éditions Michalon, Francia. 2007), "Una terraza propia" (Norma, 2006), "La joven guardia" (Norma, 2005), "Cuentos Argentinos" (Siruela, España 2004), among others. Some of her stories have been translated into English, French, Serbian, Swedish, Dutch, and Danish, and published in magazines and other cultural forums. An English translation of her story "Killing a Dog" was published in the Summer 2009 issue of the London-based quarterly newspaper The Drawbridge.
- 2002, El núcleo del disturbio (ISBN 950-732-034-2)
- 2009, Pájaros en la boca (ISBN 978-84-264-1748-0)
- To be translated by Megan McDowell (2024)
- 2014, Distancia de rescate (ISBN 978-987-3650-44-4)
- Translated by Megan McDowell as Fever Dream (2017) (ISBN 9780399184598)
- 2015, Siete casas vacías (ISBN 978-84-8393-185-1)