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José Carlos Llop

Poet and writer

José Carlos Llop (Palma de Mallorca, 1956) is a writer and librarian. 

He is the author of several collections of poems, including La tumba etrusca (Anthropos, 1992), Quartet (Edicions 62, 2002), La dádiva (Renacimiento, 2004), La avenida de la luz (Lumen, 2007), Cuando acaba septiembre (Lumen, 2011), La vida distinta (Pre-Textos, 2014). 

He has published books of short stories such as The  Stein report ( Hispabooks, 2014), for which he won the Ecureuil de Littérature Etrangère for foreign literature; La cámara de ámbar (Anaya & Mario Muchnik, 1996); En la ciudad sumergida (Alfaguara, 2017), and Solsticio (RBA, 2013), for which he received the Prix Laure Bataillon for the best work of fiction in 2017.

He has published books of short stories such as Pasaporte diplomático (El Aleph, 1998); El canto de las ballenas (Anaya & Mario Muchnik, 1996); La novela del siglo (El Aleph, 1999), for which he won the 1999 NH Award for the Best Book of Short Stories published in Spain, in 1999, and Los papeles del Nixe (Jose Olañeta Editor, 2016).

In 2022, he published Mediterráneos. Poesía 2001-2021 (Fundación Lara), which brings together various poetic works, and a sixth, hitherto unpublished book, El árbol de los cormoranes.

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