-Cuadernos hispanoamericanos (Rodolfo Borello, Madrid)
|Publisher:||Lugar Común Editorial|
|Product dimensions:||5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.60(d)|
About the Author
Pablo Urbanyi came to Canada in 1977 due to political chaos in Argentina and taught Spanish at the University of Ottawa while pursuing his career as a writer. Although he writes exclusively in Spanish, his books have been translated to English, French, and Hungarian. In 2004, Urbanyi received the Latin American Achievement Award for literary expression. Silver was a finalist for the Argentinean Premio Planeta literary award in 1993.
Hugh Hazelton grew up in Chicago and Connecticut, and moved to Montreal in 1969. He translates primarily from French, Spanish and Portuguese into English, specializing in the work of Latin American authors living in Canada, and won the Governor General's Literary Award for Translation in 2006.