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The conference was held from September 6 to 10 and the theme was 'Conversation and Inspiration: Reconnecting in Reykjavik'.

The anecdotal history of Barcelona written by Manuel Vázquez Montalbán.

Sant Jordi. Activities are being organised in all city districts for the day of books and roses, with community centres, libraries, museums and other facilities all involved.

The objective of the call is to offer a space for work, inspiration, and exchange.


The emblematic street is the backbone of the 16th edition of the Noir Fiction Festival, which adapts to the current circumstances.

She will talk on January 18 with the journalist Xavier Aldekoa.

Literary Radar

Selection of local and international pieces on literature

The Two Sides of Ha Jin | THE NEW YORKER | 16/08/2021

His early stories of China deployed unsparing brutality, but his latest novel shows his affinity for stoicism, irony, and modesty

The best books of 2021 so far | BBC | 09/08/2021

What to read now, from a fast-paced debut to an 'exquisitely cruel' comic novel and visceral survey of slavery

Joy Williams Does Not Write For Humanity | THE NEW YORKER | 20/09/2021

In a new novel, the author's dark, surprising language mourns for the world we've demolished.


And then there were two: novel thought to have inspired Agatha Christie gets UK publication | THE GUARDIAN | 16/09/2021

'The Invisible Host' has remarkable parallels with Christie's most successful work.


A Cautionary Tale About Science Raises Uncomfortable Questions About Fiction | THE NEW YORKER | 06/09/2021

Benjamín Labautut's Sebaldian "When We Cease to Understand the World' grapples with science's moral quandaries, but what is real and what is imagined?


Miss Marple back on the case in stories by Naomi Alderman, Ruth Ware and more | THE GUARDIAN | 31/08/2021

Agatha Christie's beloved sleuth to return in new authorised collection.