Los mejores narradores jóvenes en español / Granta: The Best of Young Spanish-La nguage Novelists

9780593314227

Los mejores narradores jóvenes en español / Granta: The Best of Young Spanish-La nguage Novelists

  • ISBN 13:

    9780593314227

  • ISBN 10:

    0593314220

  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 05/25/2021
  • Publisher: Vintage Espanol

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Summary

Hace diez años, la reconocida revista literaria inglesa Granta hizo una selección de los 22 mejores novelistas jóvenes en español y publicó sus obras en una colección especial, destacando a toda una generación emergente de escritores y sirviendo como una importante herramienta para promover el talento. La edición española de Granta lanzó su primera lista de los mejores escritores jóvenes en lengua española en 2010 con una repercusión internacional muy amplia. 

Este año, Granta vuelve a la tarea de seleccionar la próxima promoción de jóvenes talentos en literatura española, y los volverá a publicar, esta vez, en forma de libro, editado por Vintage Español.  

Los 25 escritores elegidos por Granta, cuyos escritos se incluyen en este libro, son:

Irene Reyes-Noguerol, España, 1997
Andrea Abreu, España, 1995
Munir Hachemi, España, 1989
David Aliaga, España,1989
Cristina Morales, España, 1985
Alejandro Morellón, España, 1985
Aniela Rodríguez, México, 1992
Andrea Chapela, México, 1990
Aura García-Junco, México, 1989
Mateo García Elizondo, México, 1987
Camila Fabbri, Argentina, 1989
Michel Nieva, Argentina, 1988
Martín Felipe Castagnet, Argentina, 1986
Carlos Manuel Álvarez, Cuba, 1989
Dainerys Machado Vento, Cuba, 1986
Eudris Planche Savón, Cuba, 1985
Paulina Flores, Chile, 1988
Diego Zúñiga, Chile, 1987
Estanislao Medina Huesca, Guinea Ecuatorial, 1990
Mónica Ojeda, Ecuador, 1988
Carlos Fonseca, Costa Rica, 1987
José Adiak Montoya, Nicaragua, 1987
Miluska Benavides, Perú, 1986
José Ardila, Colombia, 1985
Gonzalo Baz, Uruguay, 1985
 

ENGLISH DESCRIPTION

Ten years ago, Granta, the renowned English literary magazine made a selection of the 22 best young novelists in Spanish and published their works in a special edition, highlighting an entire emerging generation of writers and serving as an important tool to promote new talent. The Spanish edition of Granta launched its first list of the best young writers in the Spanish language in 2010 with a large international impact.
 
This year, Granta returns to the task of selecting the next class of young talents in Spanish literature, which Vintage Español will publish in book format showcasing 25 writers in the Spanish-speaking world. 
The 25 writers chosen by Granta, whose writings are included in this book, are:

Irene Reyes-Noguerol, Spain, 1997
Andrea Abreu, Spain, 1995
Munir Hachemi, Spain, 1989
David Aliaga, Spain,1989
Cristina Morales, Spain, 1985
Alejandro Morellón, Spain, 1985
Aniela Rodríguez, Mexico, 1992
Andrea Chapela, Mexico, 1990
Aura García-Junco, Mexico, 1989
Mateo García Elizondo, Mexico, 1987
Camila Fabbri, Argentina, 1989
Michel Nieva, Argentina, 1988
Martín Felipe Castagnet, Argentina, 1986
Carlos Manuel Álvarez, Cuba, 1989
Dainerys Machado Vento, Cuba, 1986
Eudris Planche Savón, Cuba, 1985
Paulina Flores, Chile, 1988
Diego Zúñiga, Chile, 1987
Estanislao Medina Huesca, Guinea Ecuatorial, 1990
Mónica Ojeda, Ecuador, 1988
Carlos Fonseca, Costa Rica, 1987
José Adiak Montoya, Nicaragua, 1987
Miluska Benavides, Peru, 1986
José Ardila, Colombia, 1985
Gonzalo Baz, Uruguay, 1985

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