Eager to make people laugh and without disowning his past with Tricicle, Carles Sans celebrates being... alone at last! A sentiment that’s the name of his first solo performance, ‘¡Por fin solo!’, which will tour theatres across Spain.
This journalist and writer —or storyteller as she defines herself— Carme Chaparro remembers walking around on Sant Jordi [Saint George’s Day] with a backpack full of books for her idols to sign. Today, she’s the one doing the signing.
Miguel Ángel Hernández’s literary career started just over a decade ago with a call from the mythical editor Jorge Herralde. Today, he strolls around the Madrid Book Fair with his fourth novel under his arm: ‘Anoxia’.
Over time, Juan Gómez-Jurado has woven his own universe where his thrillers leave readers breathless. He’s back with ‘Todo Arde’, a novel featuring three fearless women.
Words are the raw material Leticia Sala works with and she has the virtue of cutting them down and conveying more with less. Her first short-story collection, ‘Los cisnes de Macy’s’, is proof of this.
‘La ciudad’ is Lara Moreno’s new novel. And Oliva, Damaris, and Horía are the three women who inhabit its pages, three names bound to three unforgettable stories.
From journalism, where he became a role model for music fans, Rafa Cervera made the leap to literature. Now, he’s published his third novel: ‘Canción para hombres grandes’. An interview with a soundtrack.
This journalist and writer Rosa Montero has just received the 2022 Festival Eñe Award in recognition of her entire career. Her latest book, 'El peligro de estar cuerda', is another testament to her unquenchable talent.
The Festival Eñe Talento a bordo Award has been granted to Catalan writer Pol Guasch. With two poetry collections and one novel under his belt, the jury has highlighted the maturity of his gaze and his experimental audacity.
Festival Eñe, which celebrates its 14th edition in Madrid and Málaga, is back with a brand-new category: the Festival Eñe Talento a bordo Award. This award will be granted to an emerging talent in Spanish literature.
Seeing the world through the eyes of others, even a murderer, allows us to check ourselves. This is the journey writer Mónica Rouanet takes the reader on in her latest work: ‘Nada importante’.