Patricio Fernández

PATRICIO FERNÁNDEZ (Santiago de Chile, Chile, 1969) studied Literature and Philosophy in Chile and History of Renaissance Art  in the Università degli Studi di Firenze, Italy. In 1998 he founded The Clinic, the celebrated satirical magazine dedicated to politics and culture, born on the occasion of the arrest of Pinochet in London, and that has turned out to be the most read weekly magazine in Chile. He has published the novel Ferrantes (2001), Escritos plebeyos (2003), a book that collects the best editorial columns as director of The Clinic, the novel Los nenes (2008) and the collection of feature reports La calle me distrajo (Random House, 2012). Patricio Fernández currently works on radio and writes about literature, arts and current affairs in diverse media, including The New York Times.


BY PATRICIO FERNÁNDEZ: Cuba. Viaje al fin de la Revolución NON-FICTION, 2018 La calle me distrajo NON-FICTION,2012 Los nenes NOVEL, 2008 Escritos plebeyos NON-FICTION, 2003 Ferrantes NOVEL, 2001