Granta names 'best young Spanish-language novelists'
Extending its celebrated selections of rising literary stars into the Spanish-speaking world, journal tips 22 young authors for the future
The future Ian McEwans and Salman Rushdies of the Spanish-language literary world have been named by Granta magazine in a list of the best young Spanish-language authors writing today.
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