With the celebration of the tenth anniversary of the Prize for Young Readers Mandarache has driven a meeting with Javier Cercas, Rosa Montero and Clara Sanchez in the coming weeks.
Javier Cercas present his latest book,
The Impostor in the meeting called Lying Truth.
It will be Friday December 12, at 11 hours when Fences talk to 600 high school students on Literature and Fiction, in an exclusive meeting in the auditorium of the UPCT.
At 1030 hours it will be the turn of the press in the Boardroom.
In addition, the publisher of the latest novel by Javier Cercas, Random House, publishes 600 copies in the first chapters to give to students.
He has also given copies to school libraries participating schools.
This meeting of the writer is a detail that the last Mandarache Award winner wanted to have with young readers of Cartagena, which awarded the prize with his previous novel, The Laws of Frontera.
This meeting will be the first of the year and open the door to a series of activities to celebrate the tenth birthday of Mandarache Award.
Next week will be the turn of Clara Sanchez and Rosa Montero, the two female winners of the award, who will visit Cartagena to talk with readers about their passion for books.
Source: Ayuntamiento de Cartagena