Félix J. Palma

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Félix José Palma Macías (Sanlúcar de Barrameda, 16 June 1968 ) is a Spanish writer.[1][2]

Palma is best known for The Map of Time and The Map of the Sky.[1] His inspirations as an author have most predominantly come from Latin American or English-language authors, but he identifies Argentinian author Julio Cortázar as one of his strongest influences.[1] He is a well known writer in Spain.[3]

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