Eduardo Lago

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Eduardo Lago (born 31 January 1954) is a Spanish novelist, translator, and literary critic, born in Madrid and currently living in Manhattan, New York, United States. In 2002, he was the recipient of the Bartolomé March Award for Excellence in Literary Criticism for his critical comparison of three Spanish translations of James Joyce’s novel, Ulysses. In 2006, he won the Premio Nadal, Spain's oldest and most prestigious literary award, for his first novel, Llámame Brooklyn (Call Me Brooklyn). For many years, he interviewed North American writers for the literary supplement Babelia in the Spanish newspaper El País. He returned to teaching Spanish, Spanish literature, and European Literature at Sarah Lawrence College in Yonkers in 2011, after leaving in 2005 for the position of Director of the Cervantes Institute in New York.[1][2]


  1. ^ "Eduardo Lago". Archived from the original on 8 March 2010. Retrieved 17 September 2010. 
  2. ^ "Eduardo Lago - Words Without Borders". Retrieved 17 September 2010.