Jordi Soler

Jordi Soler. © Pep Ávila

Jordi Soler, born in Veracruz in 1963, is the authorof two books of poetry and ten novels that have been translated into several languages. They include Los rojos de ultramar (2004), La última hora del último día (2007), La fiesta del oso (2012), which was honoured in France by the Prix Littéraire des Jeunes Européens, Diles que son cadáveres (2011), Restos humanos (2013) and Ese príncipe que fui (2015). He was a diplomat in Dublinand lives in Barcelona, the city his family left after the Spanish Civil War. He is a member of the Orden del Finnegans.
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