The Portable Museum: An Electronic Journal of Literature in Translation

The Portable Museum: An Electronic Journal of Literature in Translation

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BN ID: 2940014803359
Publisher: Ox and Pigeon
Publication date: 08/20/2012
Series: The Portable Museum , #1
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 163 KB

About the Author

Four of the best authors currently writing in Spanish are collected in "The Portable Museum".

Antonio Ortuño (Mexico) is the author of two books of short stories and three novels, one of which was a finalist for the prestigious Herralde Prize in 2007. He has been translated into half a dozen languages. In 2010, Granta magazine chose him as one of the best young authors writing in Spanish, and he was named author of the year by the Mexican edition of GQ.

Fabio Mórabito (Mexico) is the author of three volumes of poetry, a children's book, and three collections of short stories. In 2009, he published his first novel, Emilio, los chistes y la muerte. He is also the translator into Spanish of the complete poems of Italian Nobel laureate Eugenio Montale.

Álvaro Bisama (Chile) is a writer, literary critic, and rofessor. In 2007, he was chosen for the Bogota 39 list of Latin America's 39 best young authors under age 39.

Enrique Vila-Matas (Spain) is one of the most celebrated contemporary European authors. He has been translated into twenty-nine languages and received an array of major international prizes.

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