Andrés Barba, born in Madrid, is a Spanish novelist, essayist, translator, scriptwriter, and photographer. He is the author of a total of 12 books of literary fiction, nonfiction, photography, arts, and children’s literature. Among other prizes he has been awarded the Premio Torrente Ballester de Narrativa (for Versiones de Teresa), the Premio Anagrama de Ensayo (for La ceremonia del porno), and the Premio Juan March de Narrativa (for Muerte de un caballo). He was also shortlisted in the XIX Premio Herralde de Novela (for La hermana de Katia, made into a film a few years after by Mijke de Jong). In 2010, he was featured in Granta’s magazine as one of the 22 best young Spanish-language writers. His works have been translated into 10 languages.
Mortifying Miniatures: On Andrés Barba’s “Such Small Hands”
Bécquer Seguín reviews Andrés Barba's recently translated "Such Small Hands."...