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[XXVIII Edition of the Jos� Luis Castillo-Puche Short Novel Contest (18/01/2021)

Last afternoon, the jury for the "Jos� Luis Castillo-Puche" Short Novel award met under the presidency of Mr.

Antonio Javier Jare o Alarc�n to select the winning novel of the XXVIII edition of the Contest.

The prize has been awarded to the novel "Puertas para inside" by the Tenerife-born author, who lives in Madrid, Antonio Brito P�rez. Antonio Brito P�rez was born in Santa Cruz de Tenerife in 1979, graduated in Advertising and Public Relations and in Journalism from the Complutense University of Madrid.

He is professionally engaged in marketing and advertising.

He is the author of the blog Infrequent Travelers where he makes humorous sui generis chronicles about tourist destinations.

With the book of the same name, Infrequent Travelers, he published his fiction stories for the first time in a collection that combines different narrative genres. With Gates for the Inside, he signed his first short novel based on intertwined stories, starring different voices around an intriguing event that brings out the daily miseries of the characters. The award is endowed with 3,000 euros and the publication of the work within the "H�cula" collection, thanks to the sponsorship of the Yecla City Council and the Castillo-Puche Foundation. The award ceremony in this edition, in compliance with current health regulations, will take place next Thursday, January 28, through the Jos� Luis institute's YouTube channel Castillo-Puche.

In this same act the presentation of the novel "The daughter of the unknown soldier", by the Almeria author �Juan Pardo Vidal �winner of the last edition will be held. function { ;(, , {});}

Source: Agencias

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