Festival Internazionale
di Letteratura a Venezia
3 6 Aprile 2019

Italian bibliography

Petali, in uscita nel 2019 per La Nuova Frontiera;

Bestiario sentimentale, trad. di Federica Niola, La Nuova Frontiera, 2018;

Quando finisce l’inverno, trad. di Federica Niola, Einaudi, 2016;

Il corpo in cui sono nata, trad. di Federica Niola, Einaudi, 2014.

Guadalupe Nettel MEXICO

Thursday, 4 April — 9.00 pm — Teatrino di Palazzo Grassi


Guadalupe Nettel, born in Mexico City in 1973, grew up between Mexico and France. She is the author of the international award-winning novels El huésped (2006), The Body Where I was Born (2015) and After the Winter (2018), recipient of the Herralde Novel Prize. She has also published three collections of short stories: Les jours fossils (2002), Pétalos y otras historias incómodas (2008), Natural Histories: Stories (2014), which won the Ribera del Duero Prize. In 2008 she was named by the Hay Festival as one of the most promising Latin American authors. Her work has been translated into fifteen languages and has appeared in publications such as GrantaThe White ReviewThe New York Times and L’Atelier du Roman.

Guadalupe Nettel is a writer in residence thanks to Waterlines - Residenze letterarie e artistiche a Venezia

She will meet the audience of Waterlines on Monday 8 April at 3.30 pm and on Thursday 11 April at 4.00 pm at Fondazione di Venezia.

The event is fully booked. If you come to the venue 15 minutes prior to the beginning of the event, it is likely that there will be some seats available.

Guadalupe Nettel will converse with


Margherita Cannavacciuolo — Università Ca' Foscari Venezia


The conversation will be in Spanish (simultaneous translation available); free admission, booking required.

This event is sponsored by Palazzo Grassi - Punta della dogana and Waterlines - Residenze letterarie e artistiche a Venezia

In collaboration with Dipartimento di Studi Linguistici e Culturali Comparati