• The 2014 Puterbaugh Festival Highlights Reel 2014 Puterbaugh Festival Highlights Reel Screen Capture

    Award-winning Argentinean-Spanish writer and translator Andrés Neuman visited the University of Oklahoma as the marquee writer for the 2014 Puterbaugh Festival of International Literature and Culture, held March 26-28.

  • The 2014 Puterbaugh Festival in Pictures Andres Neuman signing books

    The 2014 Puterbaugh Festival came to a close last Friday evening—take a look back at all of this year’s events in the following photo galleries. The 2014 Puterbaugh Banquet The 2014 Keynote with Andrés Neuman  A Roundtable Conversation: Reading Andrés Neuman A Rountable on Spanish and Latin American Literature Opening


  • 2014 Puterbaugh Fellow Andrés Neuman Andrés Neuman. Photo by Luis Angel.

    Andrés Neuman (b. 1977, Buenos Aires) is described by Chilean writer Roberto Bolaño as a gifted writer and that “No good reader will fail to perceive in these pages something that can only be found in great literature, that which is written by true poets. The literature of the twenty-first century will belong to Neuman and to a handful of his blood brothers.” Neuman spent his childhood in Argentina and then grew up in Granada, Spain, after his

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