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Claudia Piñeiro in conversation with Sergio Dahbar

Cartagena 2012, 
Claudia Piñeiro won the 2005 Clarín Novel Prize for her book Las viudas de los jueves, an “implacable analysis of a social microcosm in an accelerated process of decadence,” according to José Saramago. 2010 winner of the Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz Prize for her novel Las grietas de Jara, she has recently published Betibú, a story that begins with the appearance of a man with his throat cut, sitting in his favourite armchair, with an empty bottle of whisky pressed to his chest and a bloody knife in his hand. She will talk to Sergio Dahbar, journalist and editor of the magazine El Librero.
Claudia Piñeiro in conversation with Sergio Dahbar