Cristian Crusat (1983) was born in Spain, the son of a Spanish father and a Dutch mother, being himself both Spanish and Dutch. He is the author of Estatuas (Statues) Tranquilos en tiempo de guerra (Peaceful in times of war) and Breve teoría del viaje y el desierto (A Brief Theory of Travel and the Desert). He has seen his essays, translations and articles on literature published in a wide range of Spanish and Latin American journals. In 2015 he published his latest collection of stories in Spain, Solitario empeño (Solitary persistence), to great critical acclaim.
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