Mauro Libertella

Mauro Libertella graduated in Literature from the Universidad de Buenos Aires. As a cultural journalist he has written for Revista Ñ, Página/12, Perfil, Inrockuptibles, Brando (Argentina); Quimera (Spain); Letras Libres and La Tempestad (Mexico).

He has published the novels Mi libro enterrado [My buried book], in which he explores his relationship with his father, and El invierno con mi generación [Winter with my generation], the story of a group of friends in Buenos Aires at the end of the 20th century. He has also published El estilo de los otros [Other people's style], which contains eighteen conversations with contemporary Latin American writers.


  • Educación mecánica
    When I was 16 years old, I made a radical decision: I wanted to learn to drive and get my driver’s license on the exact day of my 17th birthday—on the very minute that the law would allow. And that’s...