Café Literario, Instituto Cervantes, Lincoln Place, Dublin 2
Tuesday, 29th May 2012, 6.00 pm
In Spanish with simultaneous translation
Instituto Cervantes pays tribute to the figure of a Spanish writer Félix Romeo (1968-2011) by organising a round table discussion and inviting five guests to talk about their relationships with this prolific author. Félix Romeo, born in Zaragoza, was a novelist, columnist, literary critic and translator. He is a key figure in the world of Spanish literature and he stood out for his work in the promotion of culture. He published work in various newspapers and cultural supplements and was director of the Spanish cultural television programme 'La Mandrágora'. His most recognised works are: Dibujos Animados, Amarillo and Discothèque.
The following guests will take part in the discussion:
Ignacio Martínez de Pisón