Lecture-Workshop “Your Little Hands, Exactly Like Mine”, by Marta Sanz
Since the fall of 2018, the Granada City of Literature UNESCO Programme (Arts Department of Granada City Council) and the Aula de Literatura of the University of Granada have been collaborating on a series of free micro-workshops on writing. Our micro-workshops deal with very diverse aspects of literary creation. They aim to stimulate enthusiasm for literature, to generate new audiences, and to foster a network of complicity between authors-teachers and participants. The workshops have been presentially celebrated at the Madraza palace, but in 2020 they went on-line, due to Covid restrictions. Since 2021, however, they are going to be carried out both onsite and online.
On this occasion, there are 30 places for this online conference-workshop. Those interested in applying for participation should write an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
“Your Little Hands, Exactly Like Mine” | Teacher: Marta Sanz | Date: January 20, 2023, from 7 to 9 pm | Online via Google Meet
Marta Sanz (Madrid, 1967) holds a PhD in Contemporary Literature and she teaches at the Universidad Antonio de Nebrija. After passing through the Escuela de letras in Madrid, where she is now also a teacher, she published her first novels, Lenguas muertas (1997) and Los mejores tiempos (2001, Ojo Crítico de Narrativa Award), before achieving her first great success in 2006 by being a finalist for the Nadal with Susana y los viejos. The novels Black, Black Black (2010), Amour Fou (2013), Farándula (2015, Herralde Award), Clavícula (2017) or Parte de mí (2021) stand out. He has also written essays such as No tan incendiario (2014) or Monstruas y centauras (2018), and poetry, such as Perra mentirosa (2010), Vintage (2014), Cíngulo y estrella (2015), or La vida secreta de los gatos (2020). Collaborated in various national media and cultural magazines, such as El País, Cadena Ser, Ínsula or Quimera.