Spanish writers at Miami Book Fair
Up to 10 Spanish authors, including María Dueñas, Jorge Edwards and Ray Loriga bring the best of Spanish Literature to Miami.
The Miami Book Fair, an eight-day literary event recognized as one of the nation’s finest book festivals, brings readers and writers together from the United States and around the world.
The Fair’s IberoAmerican Program presents more than 80 Spanish-speaking authors from around the world –including Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba, El Salvador, Guatemala, Nicaragua, Peru, Portugal, Spain, Sri Lanka, Uruguay and Venezuela– comprised of poets, short-story writers, visual artists and photographers, essayists, mystery writers, and novelists, in a series of readings and discussions ranging from the literature of Cuba to tributes in honor of the masters.
Spanish writer María Dueñas opens the IberoAmerican Authors Program, and will be followed by Spanish authors Yolanda Arrieta Malaxetberria, Pedro Cerrillo, Luis Leante, Ray Loriga, César Sánchez Ortiz, Care Santos, Ana Vidal Egea, José Luis Muñoz, and the Spanish-Chilean writer Jorge Edwards, who will close the program on November 19.