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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.

They are Edurne Portela, Karolina Ramqvist, Janne Teller and Najat el Hachmi and the debate will take place on the afternoon of September 21st.

Literary Radar

Selection of local and international pieces on literature

The rise of apocalyptic novels | BBC | 11/01/2021

In our times of uncertainty, the latest fiction about climate disaster is unsettling – but also strangely comforting. Hephzibah Anderson speaks to the authors.

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7 Contemporary Novels About the Victorian Era | Electric Lit | 08/01/2021

Paraic O’Donnell recommends 21st-century novels with 19th-century settings

The Implosion of American Dirt | Vulture | 06/01/2021

How one of publishing’s most hyped books became its biggest horror story — and still ended up a best seller.

Nearly a Century Later, We’re Still Reading — and Changing Our Minds About — Gatsby | The New York Times | 30/12/2020

The novel has become subject to all its own barbs; every one of Fitzgerald’s bitter observations is lobbed back at his book in turn. As Nick wonders of Gatsby, so readers...

John le Carré didn't invent the spy novel – he joined a tradition and made it new again | The Guardian | 18/12/2020

John le Carré didn't invent the spy novel – he joined a tradition and made it new again

How Civilization Broke Our Brains | The Atlantic | 15/12/2020

What can hunter-gatherer societies teach us about work, time, and happiness?