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Sergi Dòria (Barcelona, 1960) is a PhD in Communications Sciences, journalist, and literary critic writing in the cultural supplement of the ABC newspaper, as well as a professor in the Universitat Internacional de Catalunya, Barcelona and Ramon Llull.  He is the author of the book/report “La Guineueta” (1995) and Imatges (Images): 1930 , Barcelonins I moderns (2004). In 2005 he co-edited with Sergio Vila-Sanjuán,... - Read more

Sergio Missana holds a Ph.D. in Spanish and Latin American Literature from Stanford University and currently teaches Latin American literature at the Stanford University Program in Latin America Santiago, Chile. He has published the novels El invasor ( The Invader ), Movimiento falso ( False Movement ; Finalist of the Rmulo Gallegos International Novel Award 2001), La calma ( The Calm ), El da de los muertos ( The Day of the Dead ). He is... - Read more

Sergio Pitol (Mexico, 1933) is the author of eight short story books, among which figure Mephistos' Waltz , published in Spain by Anagrama and awarded (with it's original title Bukhara Nocturne) the Xavier Villaurrutia Novel Award , for best short stories collection published in Mexico in 1982, and five novels: The Flute's Twang (1972), Floral Games (1982), Love Parade (1984), winner of the Premio Herralde de Novela, Taming the Wild Heron... - Read more

Sergio Ramírez published his first book in 1963; the following year he earned a law degree at the University of Nicaragua. After a lengthy voluntary exile in Costa Rica and Germany —during which he continued to write works of fiction and non-fiction — he became active as the leader of the Group of Twelve, consisting of intellectuals, businessmen and priests united against the Somoza regime. With the triumph of the Sandinista... - Read more

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