If I had to write to you

cubierta de "Si tuviera que escribrte"

In what ways can we say "love"?  The letter has been through time a way to leave testimony about the wonder, the doubt, the desire and the pain that love has given the world. In this series of postcards, the poet and visual artist Alejandra Correa and Libros de las Malas Compañías propose a loving device to wind up the days.

If I had to write to you received the First National Prize for literature for children and young people in Uruguay, in 2014.

Written and illustrated (collages) by Alejandra Correa

Collection: Cravings

Size: 12x16  cm


(28 postcards with collages and poems)

ISBN: 978.84.942648.8.7

  (Price without VAT €11.52)

RRP €12 


Review in the RADAR Digital Journal

Where the delivery of the National Prize for Children's and Young Adults' Literature of Uruguay in 2014. 

Alejandra Correa

Alejandra Correa

Born in Uruguay in 1965, although she has lived in Buenos Aires since she was 3 years old, she is a poet and visual artist. She previously worked as a journalist and graphic editor, then in the area of Art and Communication of the Provincial Commission for Memory, and later, she dedicated herself to Cultural Management. In 2004, she was one of the creators and directors of the Audiovideoteca de Escritores, a program on the audiovisual memory of Argentine literature and theatre. Since 2010, together with Marisa Negri, she has coordinated the Poetry at School Festival and, since 2012, has directed the NGO Asociación Proyectos Culturales para el Desarrollo. 

She published collections of poems: Broken river, Where I forget my name, The children of Japan and Calligraphy Notebooks. She has been awarded the Silver Butterfly Award at the Marosa Di Giorgio International Poetry Contest (Uruguay, 2013), the Second National Prize for Poetry in Uruguay (2014) and the First National Prize for Children's Literature in Uruguay (2014) for the book If I had to write you.