Andres Neuman (born 1977) is a Spanish-Argentinian writer and poet. He was born in Buenos Aires, where he spent his childhood. He lives in Granada, Spain. He has a degree in Spanish Philology from the University of Granada, where he worked as a teacher of Spanish American literature. At present he has a column in the literary supplement of the daily national newspapers ABC (Spain) [*] and Clarin (Argentina) [*], and he collaborates on numerous Spanish and Latin American media. Through a vote called by the Hay Festival, Neuman was selected among the most outstanding young Latin American authors, being included on the Bogota-39 list [*].
In one of the essays of his book Entre parentesis (In brackets), the famous Chilean writer Roberto Bolano stated about Neuman: He has a gift. No good reader will fail to perceive in these pages something that can only be found in great literature, that which is written by true poets. The literature of the twenty-first century will belong to Neuman and to a handful of his blood brothersBolano, Roberto: Entre parentesis (In brackets), Anagrama, 2004, p. 141..