In “The Universe of Zoé Valdés,” the Cuban writer will speak about her literary trajectory on Monday, October 22, at 6:00pm at Instituto Cervantes. The conversation will be in Spanish (with with simultaneous translation) and will include journalist Boris Muñoz. Instituto Cervantes is located at Amster Yard 211-215 East 49th Street, New York, New York.
Description: France-based Cuban writer Zoé Valdés will share her literary and personal journey in conversation with New York Times’ journalist Boris Muñoz. Shortly after moving to Paris, Valdés published La nada cotidiana, one of her most acclaimed works. Her next novel, Te di la vida entera (1996), became a bestseller and earned her a nomination to the Planeta Prize. In 2003, she won the 8th edition of the Fernando Lara Award with her book Lobas de mar. Some of the most notable awards she has received include the Ciudad de Torrevieja Novel Prize and the Azorín Novel Award (2013).
For more information, see https://cultura.cervantes.es/nuevayork/en-US/el-universo-de-zoe-vald%C3%A9s/122557