sábado, 7 de julio de 2012

Spanish Lit Month Links: 7/1-7/7


¡Hola!  Just wanted to let you know that I have some good news for anybody tired of the one-dimensional language content of the blog this week: I'm going to take a break from blabbing about Spanish-language books tonight...to share a post about other people blabbing about Spanish-language books.  Psyche!  Although Stu and I still plan on presenting some sort of an end of the month link round-up/wrap-up thing for all of the Spanish Lit Month posts at the end of July, I thought I'd get things started early in order to make it easier for everybody to find out about the many other event posts already out there.  Please note that this list is a work in progress: I'll be updating it off and on over the next couple of days.  ¡Saludos!

Stu, Winstonsdad's Blog
View of Dawn in the Tropics by G. Cabrera Infante
The Blue Hour by Alonso Cueto
The Shadow of What We Were by Luis Sepúlveda

Amanda, Simpler Pastimes
Libros españoles - un proyecto nuevo
Cría cuervos directed by Carlos Saura

Caroline, Beauty Is a Sleeping Cat
Amirbar by Álvaro Mutis

Emma, Book Around the Corner
Mafalda and Me

Jenny, Shelf Love
Don Quixote Part I: The Words and the Stories by Miguel de Cervantes
Don Quixote Part I: The Madness and the Cruelty
Don Quixote Part I: Cherchez La Femme
Don Quixote Part II: Madness, Folly, Lies, and Dreaming
Don Quixote Part II: Metafictional Monkeyshines
Don Quixote Part II: "You shall find me a grave man."

Jeremy, READIN
Cría cuervos directed by Carlos Saura

lizzysiddal, Lizzy's Literary Life
Five from the Archive: Spanish Literature

Neer, a hot cup of pleasure
Spanish Literature Month: July 2012

Obooki, Obooki's Obloquy
Spring and Summer Sonatas by Ramón del Valle-Inclán

Séamus, Vapour Trails
Spanish Lit Month - Plans and "Five from the Archive"
The Shadow of the Wind by Carlos Ruiz Zafón

Susanna, SusieBookworm
Spanish Lit Month: Kick-Off!
The Planets by Sergio Chejfec

Tara, BookSexy Review
Cría cuervos directed by Carlos Saura

Tony, Tony's Reading List
Don Quixote by Miguel de Cervantes

Richard, Caravana de recuerdos
¡Bienvenidos a Spanish Lit Month!
El piano by Carmen Laforet
"Mariachi" by Juan Villoro
The Song of the Cid: Canto One Anonymous
"Ester Primavera" by Roberto Arlt
Cría cuervos directed by Carlos Saura
Spanish Lit Month Links: 7/1-7/7

9 comentarios:

  1. I love Lizzy's archive idea so I'll borrow it like she did. A nice way to pull in some Baroja, Unamuno and Galdos in the mix.

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    1. Yeah, I think that idea works quite well for an intro/topical post, Dwight. Will enjoy seeing which titles from those titans make your list. Cheers!

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  2. Eh, I just chose 4 obvious ones from what I've already posted on. Hope to get to 2 or 3 goods ones this month. The Mendoza (City of Marvels) is good, but it hasn't captured me the same way the Savolta Case did There's still a way to go, though, so that may change.

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    1. Enjoyed your post, Dwight, and I wouldn't think those would be "obvious" titles for most other people. Of course, I wish they would be! Will be over to check out your Mendoza post soon (time's flying this month). Cheers!

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  3. I also made a welcome post for Spanish Lit Month, with some links to readings and writing project and (eventually will add some) archive links.

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    1. Thanks, Jeremy, I'll try and be sure to visit soon. Also, I'll add your welcome post on this weekend's week two round-up on Saturday. Cheers!

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  4. I completely forgot to mention the event, but I did six (six!) posts on DQ, in the end over at Shelf Love, if you want to link to any of those. If they don't count because I read them in June, or if you'd like me to go back and edit in a mention of SPLALit Month, just let me know!

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    1. That was an oversight on my part, Jenny, so thanks for the reminder about your DQ posts (i.e. no need for you to edit anything!). I'll add them later tonight. Cheers!

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  5. Here's my first: The Paris Enigma by Argentinian writer Pablo De Santis

    http://inkquilletc.blogspot.in/2012/07/death-of-detective-pablo-de-santis.html

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