Authors

CRUZ, Camilo

In addition to being an international bestselling author, Camilo Cruz is one of the most sought-after motivational speakers and business coaches in Latin America.

DARIO, Ruben

A Nicaraguan poet born in 1867, Ruben Darío is remembered as the father of modernismo and a key figure in the revival of Spanish-language literature in the 19up>th century.

DELIBES SETIEN, Miguel

A novelist, short-story writer, essayist, jounalist and professor, Delibes was born in Valladolid, Spain on Oct. 17, 1920.

DIEGO, Gerardo

Born on October 3, 1896 in Santander, Spain, Diego was a professor of language and literature who formed part of a vanguard of poets known as the Generation of ’27.

ECHEGARAY, Jose

José Echegaray y Eizaguirre was a Spanish playwright and politician who was born in Madrid in 1832.

ETXEBARRIA DE ASTEINZA, Lucia

A Spanish author born in 1966 in Valencia.

Etxebarria started out writing marketing material for video cameras and also worked for the magazines Ruta 66 and Cosmopolitan.

FUENTES, Carlos

This acclaimed Mexican writer was born on Nov. 11, 1928 in Panama City, where his father worked in the diplomatic service. Fuentes is one of Latin America’s best-known contemporary writers.

GARCIA LORCA, Federico

García Lorca was born in the southern Spanish town of Fuente Vaqueros on June 5, 1898.

GARCIA MARQUEZ, Gabriel

Gabriel Garcia Marquez was born on March 6, 1927 in Aracataca, Colombia. An author, journalist and screenwriter, his most famous work is Cien años de soledad, which is regarded as one of the masterpieces of the magical realism genre and has become a classic of world literature.

GARZO, Gustavo Martin

Spanish author Gustavo Martín Garzo, the winner of the 1994 National Narrative Prize for “El lenguaje de las fuentes,” had already made a name for himself in literary circles with three previous novels, as well as for his literary criticism and contributions to the magazine Un Ángel Más.

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