The story ‘Eme’, by Aurelio Serrano, is the work that has convinced the jury of the second edition of the 2020 Club Renacimiento-Premio Generación Estrella Short Story Contest, resolved this Friday after being suspended by the pandemic. The contest has also recognized the teacher and writer from Buenos Aires Antonio Pérez Abril, finalist with ‘Un columpio en el bonsai’; and the musician and member of the group Varry Brava Aarón Sáez, awarded in third place for his story ‘No one dies in summer’.
The president of the jury, the writer Ignacio Martínez de Pisón, highlighted the “level of this edition” and defined the winning work as “a boast of the story, a great story that deserves to be published, like some more than we have been able to read and to enjoy”. For his part, Leonardo Cano, coordinator of the award, together with the writer Miguel Ángel Hernández, pointed out that “in just two years we have consolidated this small competition that gets many people who write to get excited and decide to present a story, something that we full of satisfaction ».
In this second edition of the contest organized by the Club Renacimiento writers school, almost two hundred stories were presented, remaining as finalists, in addition to the winners, Luis Lidón, Joaquín Moya, Inmaculada Miralles, María Pérez Tomé, María Ayala, Vega Cerezo and Salvador Robles. The third edition of the contest will be launched after the summer.
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