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Gijón Black Week

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With the departure of the Renfe special Black Train from Chamartín, this Friday morning starts the XXII edition of the Black Week of Gijón, whose tents have been installed in the Playa del Arbeyal of the nautical city of Asturias. If you do not know what this event is about, almost a quarter of a century of veteran, I clarify that it is not a seven-day tribute to the miners of the Basins, nor an act of brotherhood between races.


Among the guests there is a wide range of winners in different countries, such as the Colombian poet, essayist and narrator William Ospina, who has just won the Romulo Gallegos and competes for the Spartacus prize with "The country of cinnamon." Luis G. Jambrina has won the Zaragoza historical novel award with "The Stone Manuscript"; Carlos Salem won the Novelpol with “Kill and keep the clothes”, Julián Ibáñez took the LH Confidential prize with “The dance is over”, Luis Sepúlveda el Primavera, López del Oso el Minotauro, even one of the guests won the prize the readers of the recent Paris Book Fair.

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