lunes, 14 de agosto de 2017

Spanish and Portuguese Lit Month 2017: 7/30-8/12 Links

Sorry I didn't get around to posting a link round-up last week.  Here's a bonus week's worth of links for you, now including both Spanish- and Portuguese-language literature for the rest of the month.  Cheers!

Bellezza, Dolce Bellezza
Atlantic Hotel by João Gilberto Noll

David Hebblethwaite, David's Book World
Such Small Hands by Andrés Barba
Seeing Red by Lina Meruane

Emma, Book Around the Corner
No Word from Gurb by Eduardo Mendoza
One-Way Journey by Carlos Salem
The Sadness of the Samurai by Víctor del Árbol

Grant, 1streading's Blog
A Broken Mirror by Mercè Rodoreda
The Miracle-Worker by Carmen Boullosa

Joseph Schreiber, roughghosts
The loose ends of memories - Before by Carmen Boullosa

Melissa Beck, The Book Binder's Daughter
I'm Heroically Free: Água Viva by Clarice Lispector
Being Happy Is for What?: Near to the Wild Heart by Clarice Lispector

Richard, Caravana de recuerdos

Stu, Winstonsdad's Blog
The Ultimate Tragedy by Abdulai Sila
Winter Quarters by Osvaldo Soriano 
Inventing Love by José Ovejero
Seeing Red by Lina Meruane

Tony, Tony's Reading List
The Children by Carolina Sanín
The Winterlings by Cristina Sánchez-Andrade

4 comentarios:

  1. I have seen several intriguing posts on The Children; I want to pick that up. And there is one of the wonderful parts about blogging in events such as this, with links you have carefully documented; what exquisite avenues you open up, paths which have been previously unknown to me.

    I have been on a steady tear of the Man Booker long list, with the Book Temptress and others. Somehow, as good as they are (and this year is far superior to last year's list!) they are never quite as thrilling as translated literature is to me.

    Thanks again for hosting us, Richard.

    1. Delighted to be a co-host of this event, Bellezza, and ditto to hear that you've gotten so much out of it. Naturally, I appreciate your own participation and enthusiasm. Thank you!

  2. Hi Richard, two more from me Juana Salabert's Golden Rule and Casacuberto's Scipion, am trying to finish Bolaño's Savage Detective

    1. Thanks, Pat--looking forward to reading those! The Savage Detectives is one of my all-time favorites--hope you're enjoying it. Cheers!