Results of Book Shopping in Barcelona: Sada, Moya, Palma, Abirached, Munoz, Ndongo, Letelier

I had the luck to have a couple of days to do some book shopping in Barcelona and came back with 7 books. It was hard to limit myself because I recognized so many authors that I’d seen on El Publico Lee. And when I found the display of books from Paginas de Espuma on my last day I was tempted to buy a couple more books. In the end I settled on the following, a mix of Latin American, Spanish, African and Lebanese books. I normally don’t buy books translated into Sanish but Zeina Abrached’s books are unavailable in English so I could justify it.

  • Felix J Palma -El menor espectaculo del mundo
  • Miguel Angel Munoz – Quedate donde estas
  • Zeina Abrached – El juego de las golondrinas
  • Zeina Abrached – Me acuerdo Beruit
  • Daniel Sada – Ese modo que colma
  • Horacio Castellanos Moya – Con la congoja de la pasada tormenta
  • Hernan River Letelier – El arte de la resurrecction
  • Donato Ndongo – Las Tinieblas de tu memoria negra


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3 thoughts on “Results of Book Shopping in Barcelona: Sada, Moya, Palma, Abirached, Munoz, Ndongo, Letelier

  1. I imagine the Moya and the Sada will come out in English at some point. A different book by Palma is supposed to be published this year. The others one can only hope.

  2. ¡Hola! Nice blog you have here! I’ve read one book by Castellanos Moya and enjoyed it and really want to read something by Daniel Sada soon, so that looks like a nice haul you brought back. Barcelona’s my favorite city in the world (followed by Buenos Aires and Paris), so I’m a little envious that you got to do some book shopping there. I need to go back. ¡Saludos!

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