By Roberto Jiménez |
Valladolid, September 20 (EFE).- Julia Navarro, with her story “From nowhere” (2021), has won the Blacklladolid Black Novel Prize, endowed with 3,000 euros, which she will collect on September 25 at the closing of the second edition of this literature and wine competition led by the writer César Pérez Gellida.
Navarro succeeds Víctor del Árbol (“The Father’s Son”) in the list of winners of this contest sponsored by the Diputación de Valladolid and is held at Fuensaldaña Castle (Valladolid), former seat of the Cortes of Castilla y León.
“For all of us who dedicate ourselves to this profession, Julia Navarro is a reference in matters of humility and honesty which must guide the career of a writer”, and “she is one of those who are used to dirty your hands to shake consciences”. readers”, explained Pérez Gellida through a note published by the organization.
“An undeniable and extremely sensitive voice that explores the human soul subject to the political and social realities of our time.”
Dolores Redondo, honorary godmother of Blacklladolid
The second edition of Blacklladolid, from September 21 to 25, will take place in the form of conversations with the participation, among other authors, of Arturo Pérez-Reverte, María Oruña, Jorge Fernández Días. Santiago Posteguillo, Eloy Moreno, Blue Jeans and Ferran Centelles. ECE
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