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Alejandro Saravia

Alejandro Saravia

Born in Cochabamba, Bolivia, Alejandro Saravia lives since 1986 in the province of Quebec. The publication of his novel Red, Yellow, Green (Biblioasis, 2017), about the last Bolivian coup d'État and the experiences of its central character, Alfredo Cutipa, in Canada, made him one of the contemporary Latino-Canadians dedicated to the topic of immigration and identity construction in a pluricultural context. He is a member of the editorial collective of The Apostles Review, a Montreal-based literary publication.



Red, Yellow, Green. Biblioasis, 2017
Rouge, jaune et vert. Urubu, 2017
L'homme polyphonique. Lugar Comun, 2014
Jaguar con corazón en la mano. Art-Fact Press / Las Ediciones de la Enana Blanca, 2010
Lettres de Nootka. Art-Fact Press / Las Ediciones de la Enana Blanca, 2008
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