Adrià Pujol Cruells | Marta Salicrú | Lucía Lijtmaer | María García Vera
We invite an anthropologist, a journalist, a writer, and a performer to share their views of the world of video games.
We explore the relationships between science fiction and video games, two narrative forms with a great capacity for imagining new universes.
Singer-songwriter reflects on creative processes, the relationship between music and literature, and autofiction.
Ricard Ruiz Garzón
Among the authors who most helped to renew science fiction in the 20th century was James Tiptree Jr.: the pseudonym of a woman, like those who today are leading the revolution of the genre.
In light of her latest book, we talk with the English author about some of the most important challenges of today: the climate crisis, Brexit, and the rise of the extreme right.
A conversation about the point from which writing departs, with one of the main voices from a generation of writers who live between Latin America and the United States.
We talk with one of the leading voices of contemporary African literature about linguistic imperialism and the importance of decolonising minds and the imagination.
José Luis de Vicente
Reflections from a science-fiction angle on the scenarios posed by climate change and the defence of the imagination to help find real solutions.
In a world of communications where writing and audiovisual formats prevail, the voice and sound are making their way into the foreground.
Expanded books, printed hypertexts, transmedia narratives, new literary monsters... The hybridisation and blending of genres and formats is unstoppable.
Globalisation and digitalisation turns all language into provisional language.