Our literary monograph Tomo y Lomo returns and we are going to walk through the streets of the Madrid Book Fair after two years waiting.
We chat with the writer Bethlehem Gopegui about his latest novel “We would exist the sea”, a choral story of five characters who are around forty years old and share a flat; and we discover “Human Sacrifices”, the satanic tales of Maria Fernanda Ampuero. In addition, we take a walk through the hidden treasures of this fair. You can see this complete literary program on video here:
We also talk about why Colombia, which has been the guest of honor of this edition, has not had consecrated Colombian authors and the relationship with their criticism of the violations of Human Rights by the government of Iván Duque. He tells us Sico Pérez, Colombian writer and part of the platform of critical writers UIPA.
Also, we introduce our book listener, Jimena Marcos, that every month brings us closer to those books that are listened to, in a space in collaboration with Penguin Audio. On this occasion we discover the new audiobook of the novel “The extraordinary years” with its author Rodrigo Cortes. We have cut this new section so you don’t miss it:
To close, the philosopher Marina Garcés premieres in Derroteros. What you can see on video here:
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