Roberto Brodsky

Roberto Brodsky Baudet (b. 1957, Santiago, Chile) is a Chilean novelist and screenwriter. He has written four novels, several film and theater scripts, and over 250 articles published in national newspapers and magazines. Baudet was awarded the 2007 Jaén Prize for Best Novel and the 2009 Martin Nuez Award, both for his 2008 novel Bosque Quemado (Burnt Forest). He lives in Washington, D.C. and he lives with his wife and family. He is Adjunct Professor at the Center for Latin American Studies in Georgetown University.


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