Jorge González (Buenos Aires, 1970). Jorge has lived in Spain for almost twenty years. His book "Fueye / Bandonéon" won in 2009 the First Prize for Graphic Novel FNAC-Sinsentido. He also published the children's stories "La Cueva del Bandolero" and "Kinú y la ley de Amarok"; The BD "Hard Story" and "Hate Jazz", together with Horacio Altuna, "Mendigo / Le Vagabond" with a script by Carlos Jorge; "Fuenteovejuna", "The Odyssey" (SM). "Dear Patagonia / Chère Patagonie" during 2011 for Dupuis and Sins Entido. He is the author of the animated short film "Jazz song" and collaborates with "The New Yorker". It has been part of the Orsai project since its inception and has already published "El gran surubí". "The Lord of the Flies" (Books of the red fox), "Memories of the subsoil" (Sixth Floor), "Barbosa the Pirate" (Mammoth), "Retour au Kosovo" (Dupuis), "Maudit Allende!" (Futuropolis), “Mecániques du fouet” (Futuropolis) “La Flamme” (Dupuis) are his latest publications.
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