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Patricio Pron (born December 9, 1975) is an Argentine literary writer and critic translated into half a dozen languages including English, German, French and Italian. Granta magazine selected him in 2010 as one of the 22 best young writers in Castilian. He won the twenty-second Alfaguara Novel Prize in 2019 for his work Mañana tendremos otros nombres. 
Pron was born in Rosario. He holds a degree in Social Communication from the National University of Rosario and a PhD in Romanesque Philology from the University of Göttingen in Germany. 
He began writing in the press in 1992.  Between 2000 and 2001 he toured Europe, the Balkans, North Africa and Turkey as a correspondent for the Rosario newspaper La Capital . He currently writes for El País cultural supplement "Babelia" and for the Spanish-Mexican magazine Letras Libres , among other publications.
Between 2002 and 2007, Pron worked as an assistant at the University of Göttingen, where he prepared his doctoral work on the narrative procedures in Copi's work. He moved to Madrid, where he currently lives.
Federico Jorge Jiménez Losantos, also known by his initials FJL, is a Spanish radio presenter and right wing pundit, being most known for his successful radio talk show Es la mañana de Federico. He is also a TV host and literary and non-fiction author. A member of extreme left organizations and participant in the Barcelona's counter-cultural scene in the 1970s, he experienced a radical rightward drift, eventually becoming a journalistic guru for a far right audience.
Francisco Ayala García-Duarte was a Spanish writer, the last representative of the Generation of '27.
Fernando Sorrentino is an Argentine writer. His works have been translated into English, Portuguese, Italian, German, French, Finnish, Hungarian, Polish, Bulgarian, Chinese, Vietnamese, Tamil, Kannada, Persian and Kabyle.
José Luis Rodríguez Pittí is a contemporary writer, videoartist and documentary photographer.
José María Merino is a Spanish novelist born in A Coruña, Galicia on 5 March 1941. He is the father of two daughters, María and Ana, both of them university professors. He lived for several years in León and currently lives in Madrid. Best known for his novels and short stories, he is also a poet and a travel writer.
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César Aira is an Argentinian writer and translator, and an exponent of contemporary Argentinian literature. Aira has published over a hundred short books of stories, novels and essays. In fact, at least since 1993 a hallmark of his work is a truly frenetic level of writing and publication—two to five novella-length books each year. He has lectured at the University of Buenos Aires, on Copi and Arthur Rimbaud, and at the University of Rosario on Constructivism and Stéphane Mallarmé, and has translated and edited books from France, England, Italy, Brazil, Spain, Mexico, and Venezuela.
Noé Jitrik was born in Argentina in 1928 and is one of Latin America's foremost literary critics. He is director of the Instituto de literatura hispanoamericana at the University of Buenos Aires, and was a notable participant in the cultural journal Contorno in the 1950s in Argentina.
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Use Lahoz is a Spanish writer of Historical Fiction. He has lived in many countries for study or work, including Portugal, Germany, Italy, Uruguay, Cuba and France, where he works as a teacher at the Paris Institute of Political Studies. He is a regular contributor to Radio Nacional de España and El País, as well as other national and Latin American media. His journalistic work has been awarded with the Pica d’Estats Prize in 2011.
Alejandra Costamagna Crivelli is a Chilean writer and journalist.
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Legna Rodríguez Iglesias is a Cuban poet, playwright, and short story writer. Her work is often characterized by absurdist humor and playfully perverse observations of everyday life in contemporary Cuba and Miami, as well as cross-genre experimentation with prose poetry and narrative poetry. Four of her poems, in the original Spanish and in English translation, were featured in The Kenyon Review's 2018 special issue on new Cuban poetry.
Mercedes Cebrián is a Spanish writer and translator.
José Carlos Mainer Baqué is a Spanish historian of literature and literary critic, Professor Emeritus of the University of Zaragoza (UNIZAR). He is credited for his interdisciplinary scholar work intermingling studies on cultural and literary history.