The Cuadernos hispanoamericanos initiative aims to promote knowledge and exchange between writers of different generations and nationalities, united by a single language and a literary tradition enriched by writers of very varied origins. Irene Solà (Spain) is the author of the publishing phenomenon When I Sing, Mountains Dance (2019), written in Catalan and translated into over 20 languages, with 15 editions in circulation and winner of the 2019 Cálamo Prize and the 2020 European Prize for Fiction. Et vaig donar ulls i vas mirar les tenebres is her new novel, a story of rural women, both living and dead. The author will talk to Felipe Restrepo Pombo (Colombia).
All Sunday events will be free for people who has an ID expeded in the Bolívar Department. You must request their courtesy tickets at the box office of the Hay Festival (CCCI) showing your ID, between 22 and 28 of January.
Tsitsi Dangarembga, Mauricio García Villegas, Mariana Mazzucato and Rebecca Solnit in conversation with Juan Carlos Flórez