Luis Landero Durán (Alburquerque, Badajoz, 1948) holds a degree in Hispanic Studies from the Complutense University of Madrid and has been a middle school teacher.
His first novel, Juegos de la edad tardía (1989) received the Critics’ Prize for novels in Spanish and the National Prize for Novels. This novel was followed by Caballeros de fortuna (1994), El mágico aprendiz (1998), El guitarrista (2002), Hoy, Júpiter (2007), Retrato de un hombre inmaduro (2010), Absolución (2012), El balcón en invierno (2014), which received the Book of the Year Prize from the Booksellers’ Guild of Madrid in 2015, and La vida negociable (2017). His work has been translated into a number of languages, including German by Willi Zurbrüggen.
His latest books are Lluvia fina (2019) and El huerto de Emerson (2021). All his work is published by Tusquets.
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