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For the FIL’s 30th year, more than 650 writers from 44 countries will be participating along withthought leaders, science professionals and important figures from the book industry and cultural sector. Latin America is the guest of honor
“He is the author of an extensive body of work that cannot be defined by traditional literary genres,” said the judging panel in their unanimous decision to grant the award for the first time to a Romanian writer.
Manuela Carmena Castrillo, Madrid’s mayor, and Raúl Padilla López, president of the FIL,made the announcement today in the Spanish capital.
The award will be given at this year’s 30th annual Guadalajara International Book Fair. Nominations will be accepted until July 29
The conference has become a privileged place to discuss the genre and hear from the most representative short story writers in Ibero-America
The Argentinian writer received the Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz Prize for her novel El país del Diablo (The Devil’s Country).In her speech she highlighted the role of gender as a tool to sustain memory.
The Spanish writer talks reading and civic responsibility at the Guadalajara International Book Fair
Returning to the FIL after 20 years, the Bombay-born writer speaks about the importance of imagination and needing to return to worlds full of fantasy
The judging panel granted the award to this novel by the Argentine writer that “recalls the country’s roots”
Espinosa has directed Petra Ediciones for 25 years. The award is being granted for the first time to a publisher of literature for children and young people
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