Posts Tagged ‘writers’


Spain Inspires: The Best Books Written in Spain by Foreigners

There is nothing more evocative than a place where time seems to stand still, where the sun can shine with kindness or beat down its strong, harsh rays, where rain refreshes hot sidewalks or floods them with melancholy, where sunsets glow red with passion and dawn stains the Mediterranean sky blue.
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April 23, World Book Day

As you may have in many advertisements in many places, April 23 is World Book Day. With all probability, there is a fair or a commemorative event being celebrated in your hometown with that occasion and, while you walk through the former or assist to the latter, you may wonder why precisely this is day celebrated when people read books every day. Continue reading…


Nobel Prize for Vargas Llosa and a Planeta for Mendoza

Spanish written works are receiving their due accolades. A few days ago it was announced that the Nobel prize for literature was being awarded to Mario Vargas Llosa and last weekend it was announced that the prestigious Planeta prize had been won by Eduardo Mendoza. Continue reading…

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