Gisela Heffes is the editor of the anthology "Judíos/Argentinos/Escritores" (1999), and two monographs - "Las ciudades imaginarias en la literatura latinoamericana" (2008) and "Políticas de la destrucción / Poéticas de la preservación. Apuntes para una lectura (eco)crítica del medio ambiente en América latina" (2013). She has edited two collections of essays, one on the experience of displacement and translocation in the creative imagination of Spanish-American writers residing in the US ("Poéticas de los (dis)locamientos," 2012), and another devoted to the intersections between utopia and cities in Latin America ("UtopÍas urbanas. GeopolÍtica del deseo en América latina," 2013). In addition to her academic work, Dr. Heffes is an active fiction writer, having published the novels "Ischia" (2000), "Praga" (2001), and "Ischia, Praga & Bruselas" (2005); the collection of short stories, "Glossa urbana" (2012); a collection of poetic chronicles, "Aldea Lounge" (2014); and the novella "Sophie La Belle and the Miniature Cities" (a bilingual edition with images designed by the author, 2016).