Edinburgh-based Charco Press, founded by Samuel McDowell and Carolina Orloff, aims to change the current literary scene to make room for a kind of literature that has been overlooked and expose the UK reader to new and exciting voices. Charco Press is thrilled to be publishing some of the most significant names in Latin American literature, bringing together the best in original writing and translation to introduce readers to extraordinary, groundbreaking fiction, previously translated into multiple languages and now available in English for the first time.
Charco Press highlights
Die, My Love
Die, My Love by Ariana Harwicz. Translated by Sarah Moses and Carolina Orloff.
Fireflies by Luis Sagasti. Translated by Fionn Petch.
Slum Virgin by Gabriela Cabezón Cámara translated by Frances Riddle.
Southerly by Jorge Consiglio. Translated by Cherilyn Elston.
The President's Room
The President’s Room by Ricardo Romero. Translated by Charlotte Coombe.