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Several renowned writers give sessions on creative writing to students of the School of Philosophy and Letters.
The activity is part of the new Degree of language and Spanish Literature.
During the last few weeks, students from Degrees in language and Spanish Literature and Literature and Creative Writing (LEC), have held meetings with various writers and writers. The sessions were part of the subjects "Writing Workshop II" and "Narrative Writing", taught by Professor Javier de Navascués.
In his session, the columnist and storyteller Juan Gracia Armendárizspoke to the students about his book "The Year John Wayne Died", and the relationship between autobiography and fiction. For his part, the also columnist and writer, and award Setenil de Cuentos 2017, Pedro Ugarte, gave a talk on the technique of the short story.
Students with columnist and writer Pedro Ugarte
The students also enjoyed a session at position by Andrés Barba, novelist, essayist and translator, who shared with the students his career in the world of literature. He also spoke to them about his penultimate novel, "República luminosa".
Andrés Barba during the session he gave to the students of Degrees in language and Spanish Literature and LEC.
In the coming days, a meeting with the writer Irene Reyes-Noguerol is planned.