Leonardo Padura

Leonardo Padura (Leonardo Padura Fuentes, b. 1955) is Cuba’s preeminent writer. The author of nine books, he was a finalist for the Book of the Year in Spain, and winner of  Cuba’s National Prize for Literature. His latest is a novel, The Man Who Loved Dogs. Padura has lived his entire life in the home in which he was born, in Mantilla, a decidedly unglamorous barrio of Havana.


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