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The official guide to the Feria of San Fermín, the world famous annual bull-running Fiesta of Pamplona in Spain, with a foreword from the Mayor Of Pamplona, and contributions from John Hemingway, Ernest’s grandson, Beatrice Welles, Orson’s daughter, the best young foreign runner today, Dennis Clancey (Cpt., ret’d, 101st Airborne Division), the best foreign runner of all time Joe Distler, the Texan rodeo champion Larry Belcher, the most senior photographer of the Pamplona press corp, Jim Hollander, and the most experienced Navarran, Basque and Spanish runners Julen Madina, Miguel Ángel Eguíluz, Jokin Zuasti and Josechu López, all edited and co-authored by former amateur bullfighter and award-winning author Alexander Fiske-Harrison.

The standard edition is available to buy online now from Amazon US here, Amazon UK here, and Amazon Spain here (have it sent to your hotel!) The deluxe photo-quality edition is available to order around the world here (and soon on Amazon.) The eBook will be published later this week.

Also, on July 7th at 1pm, there will be a signing of the book with a one time 30% discount by its authors outside Casa Marceliano in Pamplona, on Calle Mercado 7, where Hemingway breakfasted (as recounted in The Dangerous Summer) and Matt Carney slept (as recounted in Peripheral American.) Limited copies available…

The Editor

Author: fiskeharrison

English author and journalist, broadcaster and conservationist. Author of Into The Arena: The World Of The Spanish Bullfight, shortlisted for Sports Book Of The Year 2011. Editor & Co-Author of Fiesta: How To Survive The Bulls Of Pamplona. Author of 'The Unbroken', finalist for Le Prix Hemingway 2016

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