Nick Caistor is an English translator of fiction from Spanish, French, and Portuguese. He worked for many years as a BBC Latin American analyst, and has translated more than 35 books from Latin America and Spain, including authors such as Juan Carlos Onetti, Alan Pauls, Andrés Neuman, and Eduardo Mendoza, Juan Marsé and Manuel Vázquez Montalbán. He has twice been awarded the Valle-Inclán prize for translations from Spanish.
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