Granta names world’s best younger Spanish-language writers

List celebrating authors under-35 includes Cubans for very first time and more authors of color

A magical murder story set to the particular rhythms of Inca practice dancing, a tale of quotidian corruption in Equatorial Guinea, and a psychedelic musing upon exile in outer space are usually among the stories in an varied new collection intended to showcase the best youthful writers of Spanish-language fictional.

Eleven many years after publishing its first selection of the best up-and-coming authors in The spanish language, Granta magazine is launching a second volume that combines 25 writers aged below 35 and currently at your workplace on four continents.

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