Thomas Bunstead is a writer and a translator. He has had short stories, reviews, interviews and essays featured in publications including The Times Literary Supplement, the Independent on Sunday, The Paris Review Blog, Words Without Borders, www.3ammagazine.com and www.killauthor.com. A mentee with the British Centre for Literary Translation in 2011-12, working with Margaret Jull Costa, he has translated novels by writers including Eduardo Halfon and Enrique Vila-Matas, and short stories and non-fiction by writers such as Yuri Herrera, Willy Uribe and Juan Zúñiga.
2016 is a year associated with a name: Miguel de Cervantes, one of the most famous writers of all time, known above all as the author of Don Quixote. Read More
Roses, books and lovers: Barcelona is full of them on 23 April. In Catalonia the World Book Day becomes an especially romantic festivity. Read More