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Rivas, Manuel

RIVAS, Manuel

RIVAS, Manuel. Spanish, b. 1957. Genres: Novels, Novellas/Short stories, Poetry. Career: Journalist, novelist, poet, and movie scriptwriter. Luzes de Galicia (magazine), editor. Publications: Libro do entroido (poetry; title means: Book of Entroido), 1979; (with C. Seoane) Anisia e outras sombras (poetry; title means: Anisia and Other Shadows), 1981; Balada nas praias do Oeste (poetry; title means: Ballad of the Western Beaches), 1985; Mohicania (poetry), 1987; Galicia, el bonsái atlántico: Descripción del antiguo reino del oeste (journalism), 1989; Ningún cisne (poetry; title means: Any Swan), 1989; Un millón de vacas (short stories; title means: A Million Cows), 1990; Os comedores de patacas, 1991; Toxos e flores, 1992; En sanvaje compañía (title means: In Wild Company), 1994; Costa da Morte Blues (poetry; title means: The Coast of Death Blues), 1995; Que me queres, amor? (short stories; title means: What Is It That You Need from Me, Love?), 1995; El pueblo de la noche (poetry; title means: The Town of the Night), 1997; El periodismo es un cuento, 1997; El lápiz del carpintero (novel), 1999, trans. by J. Dunne as The Carpenter's Pencil, 2001; El secreto de la tierra, 1999; Ella, maldita alma (novel; title means: She, Damn Soul), 2000; (with X. Estéves) Compostela, vanguardia y sosiego, 2000. Contributor to periodicals. Address: c/o Author Mail, Overlook Press, 1 Overlook Dr, Woodstock, NY 12498, U.S.A.

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