Jorge Fondebrider is an Argentinian writer and poet born in Buenos Aires in 1956. His published poetry books are Elegias (1983), Imperio de la Luna (1987), Standards (1993) and Los ultimos tres anos (2006). He also published La Buenos Aires ajena (2000), a history of the city told by foreigners that visited it since 1536 to 2000; Versiones de la Patagonia (2003), a history of that part of Argentina, told by confronting different versions of the same facts, and Licantropia. Historias de hombres lobos de Occidente, a history of werewolfism in the Western world through the ages until the present. He also translated many books of contemporary French poetry Henri Deluy and Yves Di Manno, among others, Poesia francesa contemporanea. 1940-1997, an anthology on that matter and together, with Gerardo Gambolini, Poesia irlandesa contemporanea, the first bilingual anthology of contemporary Irish poetry published in a Spanish speaking country.
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