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Nicolás Casariego

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Nicolás Casariego

Nicolás Casariego (Madrid, 1970) is author of the novel Dime cinco cosas que quieres que te haga (Espasa Calpe, 1998), the book of stories La noche de las doscientas estrellas (Espasa Calpe, 1999), and the essay Héroes y antihéroes en la literatura (Anaya, 2000). In addition, he has published a book for children, stories in various anthologies and newspapers, and travel articles for the supplements of El País and El Mundo, and is co-scriptwriter of two feature films. Cazadores de luz (Destino, 2005), his second novel, was a finalist for the Nadal Award 2005. His latest work is Lo siento, la suma de los colores da negro (Destino, 2007), a book of short stories.

Articles by Nicolás Casariego

Travels with My Aunt
By Nicolás Casariego
If I had to choose a few words to sum up the trip it wouldn't be one phrase, but several, shouted loudly in my aunt Adelina's dry, shrill voice:“Stop! Stop! Will you stop once and for all!…
Translated from Spanish by Samantha Schnee