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New Directions in Spanish Language Literature

When: Wednesday, April 30
Where: Instituto Cervantes New York: 211–215 East 49th Street
What time: 1–2:30 p.m.

With Coral Bracho, Juan de Recacoechea, Andres Ibanez, Juan Gabriel Vasquez; moderated by Eduardo Lago

Free and open to the public. No reservations.

Cosponsored by Instituto Cervantes and the Consulate General of Spain

Descendants of a rich literary tradition of luminaries such as Jorge Luis Borges, Gabriela Mistral, and Pablo Neruda, these contemporary writers of both fiction and poetry discuss new trends in Spanish-language fiction with novelist and Instituto Cervantes Director Eduardo Lago. Discover exciting new directions in Spanish literature with Andrés Ibáñez of Spain, Juan de Recacoechea of Bolivia, and Juan Gabriel Vásquez of Colombia.

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