"Dr. Eloy Urroz’s The Family Interrupted, translated from Spanish by Ezra Fitz, ties together the life of distinguished Spanish poet Luis Cernuda in England, where he fled during Spain’s Civil War, with the struggles of a young Mexican filmmaker dealing with a provocative family situation and questions of God in contemporary New York. Yes, a novel of ideas, but the ideas are beautifully stitched into a heartfelt story." -Barbara Hoffert, Library Journal. Dr. Eloy Urroz is an Associate Professor of Spanish at the Citadel. His current research interests include the 20th century Latin American Novel, 20th century Spanish poetry, and creative writing.