Andrés Neuman is a Spanish-Argentinian writer and poet. Born in Buenos Aires, where he spent his childhood, he currently lives in Spain. Through a vote called by the Hay Festival, Neuman was selected among the most outstanding young Latin American authors, being included on the Bogotá39 list. Later he was selected by the British literary magazine Granta as one of the 22 Best of Young Spanish-Language Novelists.
ARTICLES FEATURING ANDRéS
Slouching Towards Translation
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