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Enrique Vila-Matas

Enrique Vila-Matas is the author of a huge, provocative and highly personal body of fiction including novels, stories, articles and essays. Translated in sixteen languages, he has won prizes around the world, including the Ennio Flaiano Award (2006) and the Rómulo Gallegos Prize (2001), the most important of its kind in Latin America. His works, published by Sellerio, include: Storia abbreviata della letteratura portatile (1989); and Suicidi esemplari (1994). Feltrinelli published: Bartebly e compagnia (2002); Il mal di Montano (2005); Parigi non finisce mai (2006); Dottor Pasavento (2008); and Dublinesca (September, 2010). While Voland has published: L’assassina letterata (2004); Il viaggio verticale (2006); and Dalla città nervosa (2008).Andrea Bajani is a journalist and writer, and a regular contributor to RAI Radio 2,
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