The Hudson Review’s Spring 2011 issue features Spanish language authors. Many of the authors are well known and I’d think some of this stuff is already in English, but there are few authors who you may not recognize. The first is the Galician, Julián Ríos. I don’t know much about the piece, but it is an excerpt from a novel. With all the great short story writers out there I wish they had actually found a short story, novel excerpts seldom seem to work for me (see my notes on the Granta authors). I think the most interesting is an essay from Antonio Muñoz Molina called A Double Education. None of it is online, but the Muñoz Molina would be interesting.