Clara Rosa Montero and Sanchez are two of the most important writers of the country and have won some of the most important awards in Spanish literature and are also the only two women in these ten editions of the prize have won the democratic Mandarache Award.
Rosa Montero won the award in 2007 Historia del Rey Transparent (Alfaguara, 2005) and more recently Clara Sanchez's famous novel What hides your name (Destiny, 2010), which won the 2013 edition.
The two writers invited back to the city by the Youth Council of the City of Cartagena on the tenth anniversary of Mandarache Award to talk with readers about their readings of youth and love for books.
Thus, on December 16 at 19.30 h remain open to the general public at the headquarters of the Cajamurcia Foundation in Cartagena meeting and the 17th at 11h will participate in the traditional meeting Mandarache with 600 high school students in the auditorium UPCT.
Half an hour earlier that morning hold a meeting with reporters in the Boardroom. The writers will be accompanied by Florentina Celdrán, professor of IES Isaac Peral and member of the Promoter Group Mandarache Project, which will presenter and moderator.
After the holidays, during the months of January, February and March will be the turn of the six finalists writers of this edition of the Mandarache and Hache Awards, visit the port city to maintain traditional meetings with participants readers before popular vote to be held in April.
Until December 19 will be open enrollment period reading committees in Mandarache jury award and preregistration is done through the project website www.premiomandarache.es .
Source: Ayuntamiento de Cartagena