lunes, 31 de agosto de 2020

Spanish Lit Month 2020: 8/16-8/31 Links

Jorge Barón Biza & family (collage:

Thanks to all of you who joined us for Spanish Lit Month 2020 and especially to Stu for welcoming me back to the fold as co-host after I took last year off with seasonal blogging disorder.  I had fun as usual--hope you did as well.  Anyway, here's the final batch of reviews to keep you in a good Spanish language reading place until next year's event.  Nos vemos.

Amateur Reader (Tom), Wuthering Expectations
Come and see the blood in the streets - notes on Miguel Hernández, Pablo Neruda, and the poetry of the Spanish Civil War

John, The Modern Novel
Roza, tumba, quema
(Slash and Burn) by Claudia Hernández
La luz difícil (Difficult Light) by Tomás González

Lisa Hill, ANZ LitLovers LitBlog
The Happy City
by Elvira Navarro

Mandy Wight, peakreads
Little Eyes 
by Samanta Schweblin

Marina Sofia, Finding Time to Write
Hurricane Season
by Fernanda Melchor

Meredith, Dolce Bellezza
All This I Will Give to You
by Dolores Redondo

Obooki, Obooki's Obloquy
Spanish Literature Month - Two Books
(on Facundo by Domingo F. Sarmiento and Reasons of State by Alejo Carpentier)

Paul, By the Firelight
Capital de la gloria
(Glorious Capital) by Juan Eduard Zúñiga

Richard, Caravana de recuerdos
Cuatro por cuatro
by Sara Mesa

Stu, Winstonsdad's Blog
Things We Lost in the Fire
by Mariana Enriquez
Dark Constellations by Pola Oloixarac
The Desert and Its Seed by Jorge Barón Biza
Nine Moons by Gabriela Wiener

2 comentarios:

  1. I did not live up to my ambitions this year, but I am glad I could join in. Thanks!

    1. Hey, great, thank you. You covered a lot of ground in that one standout post you did write, so I'm glad you were able to carve out some time for the event. Cheers!