Literary Sorority

I have always defended the idea that literature has no gender. The author male or the women author writes, and the reader reads the work, of course, the genre should not intervene to be a more or less interesting work, of greater or lesser quality. However, there are moments in history or in certain social situations, which seems to be that literature should have gender, or at least, it is ...

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Olalla, Robert Louis Stevenson

In Autumn I always feel like reading some mystery and horror. This year I have enjoyed several readings of the genre. Among all the stories read I want to highlight, for its brevity, the petite nouvelle Olalla by Robert Louis Stevenson, published in Catalan by the Vienna Petits Plaers Collection (Vienna Edicions) and in Spanish by Ediciones Invisibles, also in its Pequeños Placeres collection. For my reading, I have chosen the ...

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Horribly fantastic authors

I have always been happy to be a writer born in Autumn, I consider that, except for the month of April in Spring, the months of Autumn are the most literary months of the year, and that makes Autumn have a much more attractive touch of the one he already has. On the one hand, the literary rentrée happens in September, and it has some poetry to watch as the trees ...

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Go ahead woman, always go ahead

I have never understood the distinction of gender in the literary field, because those who really value literature, we will never analyze whether it is the author or author who has written a text, but we will value the work itself, for its literary quality and for the values that you can give us, but never, if you really love literature, and you have respect for what a literary composition ...

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La Setmana

These days I have visited La Setmana del Llibre en Català (The Week of the Book in Catalan), which is a literary fair that this year celebrates its 37th edition and that every year at the beginning of September we can visit Barcelona's Cathedral Avenue. La Setmana is the literary fair par excellence that allows us to recognize the work of the publishers who publish in Catalan and the bookshops that ...

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Serial Chiller

The month of August. The Sun burns without compassion for all and the asphalt burns under the feet, not even the cats go out to long on the streets at this point in the Summer. The heat laziness threatens to slowly kill urban life, while the shores of the beach suffer a high rate of bulimia from escapes from the big city and vomit bodies greased with greasy oils that ...

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Fucking life, magical destiny

«Clandestina» of writing when publishing or this fucking life, this magical destiny Life is very fucking and although it puts us intelligently, in the end, it causes us to have bad times with a goal very clearly determined by it, and that is when we believe that the world ends at those moments, that there is already more light beyond that darkness is when destiny comes and gives us magic, that ...

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A portrait of Shunkin, Junichirō Tanizaki

Edicions Viena surprised us all with the publication of “Petits Plaers" a new collection of short novels, from classic authors of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, with a totally cured and transportable edition everywhere, that surely will be love at first glance for the most bibliophiles and demanding readers. Among these classic authors, we find the Japanese author Junichirō Tanizaki (1886-1965) one of the Asian authors who combines most ancient Japanese ...

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From the machismes covered to the discovered feminisms

This year I celebrate International Women's Day (# 8M) from a new perspective: the first black novel that I have published Clandestina (Editorial Caligrama) has been included by Marie Claire, one of the most recognized magazines in fashion and cultural trends, in the "List of the 20 feminist novels written by women that you should read sometime in life". For me, it is a great compliment to catalogue my novel as ...

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