Charcoal and pastel portrait of Baroja by Ramón Casas, c. 1904.

We’re excited to be releasing, this month, the first translation of famed Spanish novelist Pío Baroja’s Los Amores Tardíos, translated as Night Flame by Spanish scholar D. J. Walker. Well-known and respected in Europe, Baroja is one member of Spain’s famed Generation of ’98 who has received little attention in the US, despite the respect of American writers like Hemingway, who once told him, “I deplore the fact that you have not yet received a Nobel Prize, especially when it was given to so many who deserved it less, like me.”

Our edition is enhanced by D. J. Walker’s excellent introduction, which sets the novel’s context and time frame. Order before the end of September and receive 30% off either the paperback or ebook by using coupon code “baroja.”