“In these stories, the navieté and innocence with which a boy observes his reality are the trap, the push, that launches us towards speculation about his characters’ conflicts”.
José Soler Puig, Cuban writer
NATIONAL SHORT STORY PRIZE “13 DE MARZO” 1986
Having won a prize with this book, at age 18, at one of the most important literary competitions for Cuban youth in this decade, Amir Valle entered the arena of national literature as one of the most promising writers of Cuban narrative, basically, according to the Cuban critic and writer Francisco López Sacha, by establishing himself as a “rarity” in national story-telling.
With this work the author won the National Short Story Prize “13 de Marz0” 1986. Juried by Armando Cristóbal Pérez, Bernardo Callejas and Jaime Sarusky.
Editorial Universitaria, Cuba, 1988
40 pagess. 10 stories