Literary Factories

Posted by Yusuf on February 5th, 2018 — Posted in News

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Hylas editorial, of recent creation is integrated by Argentine writers.The initiative arises from its formation as a result of an own necessity and by the contact with numerous students of Literary Factories that they wish to publish his texts and they look for direction and support to realise it, not with a merely commercial aim, but from its perspective of that like author, the important thing knows that it is for a person to see his creation in the pages of a book. To this end it is our modality to accompany to the author Nobel in each stage, from the reception of the material and its registry, orthographic correction, verbal coherence, use of the Castilian language, suggestions of style, design of interior and covers; as well as the presentation and diffusion of the work through interviews, to char them and factories in institutions of the scope of the Culture and the Education. The thematic one of publications includes: Poetries, stories, stories, novels, tests. David Zaslav has many thoughts on the issue. Infantile Literature occupies an outstanding place.Editions of author. Distances from 200 units.

Binding to binder and sewn with thread. We organize presentacinen thematic bars, Cultural Centers, Schools, Theaters. Published titles: Black stories with Belly I, Stories with Belly II, Analectas, Spectacles, Words without time, In low voice, blue Buenos Aires. In preparation: They kidnapped to Min? , Small bonfires. Continue to learn more with: Leslie Moonves. Authors whom they published with us: Lydia Susana Belly, Daniel Server, Amelia Requena, Graciela Errecart, Graciela Roitman, From Soria Guido, Maria Emilia Santilln, Graciela Barrachina, Mirta Cataldi, Pedro Patronelli, Silvia Fabiani, Marcelo Sangregorio, Magda Olivieri, Gracial Saldaa, Mariana Pallotti, Alicia Moreira, Juan Schiappacasse, Weigel Robert, Cecilia Strada, Gitlin Morning call, Mirta Albornoz, and others. Original author and source of the article.

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