David C. Hall was born in Wisconsin in 1943 but has lived in Spain since the 1970s. His first novel appeared in Spanish in 1984, and since then he has published novels and short stories in both Spanish and English. His novel, “Barcelona Skyline”, won the City of Getafe Crime Novel Prize in 2011. In 2017 he won the José Maria Valverde Prize for a short collection of poems in Spanish. More recently, in English he has published poems with Driftwood Press, Columbia Poetry Review, The New Guard, and Into the Void. He lives on the Mediterranean coast not far from Barcelona.
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