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Alberto Villarreal in conversation with Rodrigo Unda
Venue: Bernal, Parque Central
Alberto Villarrealhas been a booktuber for over nine years. His YouTube channel, AbriendoLibros, on which he talks about what he has read and his love for books, has over 243 thousand subscribers and his videos have been seen over nine million times. He is the author of the novel Ocho lugares que me recuerdan a ti (2016), and the poetry books Todo lo que fuimos (2017) and Todo lo que dejas cuando llegas y te vas (2020), as well as the collection of short stories Anoche en las trincheras (2018). At this event he will present his new poetry collection, Aquí no hay sed,in conversation with Rodrigo Unda, the creator of Cartas de un Lector.