Blanca, October 30, 2020.
The journalists Carme Chaparro, Yolanda Guerrero and Marta Robles, the musician of the band Vetusta Morla, Guille Galván, and the writer from Madrid, Paul Pen, will participate, along with Ángeles González-Sinde, writer, director of cinema, screenwriter, former Minister of Culture and former President of the Spanish Film Academy, in the videoconference meetings scheduled until December. The literary cycle 'Río de Letras' will be held in Blanca (Murcia) starting next November.
Ángeles González-Sinde will be in charge of opening it with the presentation of her novel "After Kim." The meetings will last until December and will feature the writer, Paul Pen, journalists Carme Chaparro, Yolanda Guerrero and Marta Robles, and the musician of the band Vetusta Morla, Guille Galván. The painter from Blanque, Pedro Cano, the Councilor for Culture, Sole Ríos, and writers and artists from our municipality have presented the IX edition of the literary cycle 'Río de Letras'.
A cultural initiative that since it was launched has brought together names like Ana María Matute, Javier Sierra, Boris Izaguirre, Luis Alberto de Cuenca, "who will be joined this year by new authors who will present interesting literary proposals, and with the that the assistant and virtual public will have the opportunity to know first-hand their trajectories and how each one of them experiences literature ". 'Río de Letras' starts on November 19 at the Pedro Cano Foundation with limited public access due to the COVID-19 pandemic and with an online broadcast so that all people can follow it virtually through the channels of communication from the Blanca City Council. The literary cycle begins with the presentation of the novel 'After Kim' by Ángeles González-Sinde (Madrid, 1965).
A book that tells a story that mixes intrigue with sentimental travel.
Dissect couple relationships with extraordinary delicacy in a dazzling story that investigates the nature of love. On November 26, the writer Paul Pen (Madrid, 1979) will present 'A Perfect Marriage', an excellent novel that is read without restraint.
A dizzying descent to the dark side of everyday life, to the terrible secrets that we all hide behind our facades of apparent perfection.
Do you think you know your partner? Do you think your marriage is perfect? Maybe yes, but we all have secrets.
And the truth always emerges, even if you drown it.
The truth never dies, even if you kill it. On December 3, the journalist Martes Robles (Madrid, 1963) will present in 'Río de Letras' her work 'The girl you didn't know how to love', a novel that received in 2019 the Castellón Letras del Mediterráneo Narrative Prize . The musician belonging to the Vetusta Morla band, Guillén Galván, will continue with 'Río de Letras' on December 10 with his work 'Desconocernos'.
A work that tells the small itinerary of a creator who collects remedies, superimposes moods and wonders about the encounters, the gaps and the uncertainties of existence. On December 17, the journalist Yolanda Guerrero (Tolouse, 1962) will present 'Mariela', the story of a Spanish nurse who arrived in Paris in 1918, during the final months of the First World War.
The misunderstanding of those who do not conceive that a woman is capable of saving lives leaves her no other fate than flight. The literary cycle will be closed, on November 22, by the journalist and writer Carmen Chaparro (Salamanca, 1973) with 'La chemistry of hate', the novel winner of the 2017 Spring Prize.
Source: Ayuntamiento de Blanca