Sergio Delgado

Sergio Delgado

Sergio Delgado

(Santa Fe in 1961). Since 1999 he has lived in France. He taught cinema, art and literature at Universidad Nacional del Litoral and at the University of Bretagne-Sud, and currently at the University of Paris-Est Créteil. In 1996 he published the Complete Work of Juan L. Ortiz —which was republished in 2020, corrected and expanded— and, in 2006, the critical edition of El Gualeguay by the same poet. He was editor of the critical editions of Mateo Booz, Juan Manuel Inchauspe, Juan José Manauta, José Pedroni, Amaro Villanueva, Juan José Saer and Miguel Ángel Federik. He directs the collection “El País del Sauce”, co-published by the publishers of the Universidad Nacional de Entre Ríos and the Universidad Nacional del Litoral. He has an extensive essay production. Other works by the author: La selva de Marte (1994), La laguna (2001), El alejamiento (1996), Al fin (2005), Estela en el monte (2006), El corazón de la manzana (2009), Al alba (2011) and La sobrina (2019). In 2008 he published the chronicle Parque del Sur, which was republished in 2021, with the addition of other landscapes, under the title Parques.

Books from this author: 1