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The writer and columnist malaga Paul Aranda , two years ago, was also a preacher of the Fair of Malaga, died Saturday at age 52.
The news of the death has shocked and has filled the social networks of messages of encouragement for their family and friends. Married and with three children, Aranda, licensed under Philology , was also a columnist of diario SUR and director of the activities and projects of the Foundation Manuel Alcántara.
The mayor of the city of malaga, Francisco de la Torre , has expressed on his Twitter account his sorrow at the death of the novelist: “I Am sorry for the very premature goodbye to Paul Aranda; magnificent writer of malaga”, which was award Malaga Novel in the year 2006; prize to the Malaga Children’s Literature in 2001, in addition to herald of the Fair of the capital in August 2018.
“My condolences to your family, friends and colleagues. Our city will continue to read”, has indicated the Tower in a message picked up by Europa Press.
Aranda has published various novels as ‘The other city’, ‘Detachment routine’, ‘The order unlikely’, ‘Ukraine’, ‘soldiers’, ‘The distance’ and books like ‘Fede wants to be a pirate’ and ‘The college rarest in the world’.
last year he won the prize for Story ‘Las Dalias’ 2019 whose coordinator, the writer hound Ben Clark , has lamented the death: “Terrible news. Dear friend, great person and great writer.”
Precisely, the past 23 of July, Paul Aranda was “thrilled” to have signed a contract that rescuing ‘The other city’, his first novel; and ‘Ukraine’, the fourth, for a project of audio books.
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