The Barcelona nomenclator directory includes almost four hundred streets, plaques and gardens named after authors, poets or journalists, ranging from Seneca to Roberto Bolaño, and there are another forty-so names of authors still waiting their turn, such as Zola, Graham Greene or Valentine Ackland. Most plaques are to be found in Ciutat Vella: Cervantes, Auca del senyor Esteve or Salvat-Papasseit. Eixample is home to those dedicated to Montserrat Roig or Antonio Machado, whereas Sarrià includes J.V. Foix, Maragall or M.V. Montalbán.
Find out here if your favourite author has a street, garden or plaque in the city.
Barcelona City of Literature is building its own literary heritage project: Map10.