Guillermo Lema

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Guillermo Lema (* 1964 in Buenos Aires ) is an Argentine writer.

Lema studied economics at the University of Buenos Aires . He lives in Olomouc, where he is a professor at the Philosophical Faculty of Palacký University and in 2004 was a guest poet at the International Poetry Festival. He has also given guest lectures at the University of Copenhagen .

As an author, Lema emerged with novels, short stories, poems, essays and philosophical writings and wrote texts for contemporary classical composers. Several of his works have been translated into French, Czech and Danish. He made the experimental fictional film LSD with Gabriel Massera .


  • La voz de la sombra (1995)
  • Motel (2001)
  • Subterraneas (2002)
  • Tratado innúmero (2004)
  • La palabra dividida (Brno, 2004)
  • El protector (2005)
  • La música utópica (2006)
  • Lluvia recortada (2007)
  • El libro en el que nieva (2009)
  • Buenos Aires: el Aleph y más allá (Copenhagen, 2010)
  • Variaciones sobre un crimen perfecto (2011)

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