Tales of Mystery and Imagination: Gabriel García Márquez: La otra costilla
In 9 days on a rented typewriter in the UCLA library, Ray Bradbury wrote the haunting dystopian novel, Fahrenheit 451 (25,000 words and 50,000 words at publication). In it, Bradbury warned of the future decline of society paralleled with the destruction of books and many consider it to be a book mostly about libricide, but its undercurrents ask a larger question applicable to us today, "Are you happy?"
Rashōmon Ryūnosuke Akutagawa (1 Mar 1892 – 24 Jul 1927) Japanese writer active in Taishō period in Japan. Regarded as "Father of the Japanese short story"; Akutagawa Prize (Japan's premier literary award) is named after him. He committed suicide at age 35; overdose of barbital. ~Wikipedia
A vuelta de correo: el blog de Rubén Benítez alojado en el periódico Canarias 7. Nuestro papirómano filósofo de cabecera.
MARIO BENEDETTI: Uruguayan journalist, novelist, and poet. He was not well known in the English-speaking world, but in the Spanish-speaking world he was considered one of Latin America's most important 20th-century writers.