This May 26, the third volume of Planet Manga, the Japanese comic magazine with national authors. And he does it with a cover for a new series: Backhome, by Sergio Hernández and Toni Caballero, a fast-paced seinen in true Naoki Urasawa style that begins with a double chapter.

The new series is accompanied by new chapters of Gryphoon (by Luis Montes), Alter Ego (by Ana C. Sánchez), Good Game! (by Blanca Mira and Kaoru Okino), Meadow Queen (by Risu Risu), Wing (by Senshiru) and La historia del manga (by Marc Bernabé, Oriol Estrada and Marian Company), in addition to the penultimate chapter of Shion (by Alba Cardona) and the Uroboros (Ernest Sala) release. The absence of Aaron Fire (from Álvaro Jaudenes) is due to a break to plan the last chapters and return with more energy in the following installments.

But Backhome is not the only novelty in this issue! We premiered the two-episode miniseries Beastly Circus by award-winning Kaoru Okino. And as for short stories we have the return of two of the most celebrated authors of our first issue: Marta Salmons offers us the short story Mr. Lightfeet and Akira Pantsu, by absolute popular request, returns to the much-loved universe of Midoriboshi with a sequel from Kiku's point of view.

As if all this were not enough, we will have a new interview by Umaru-chan to the authors of Backhome, with unpublished designs, the 4-koma by Kalathras and Rawder and illustrations by Laia López, Judit Mallol, Santi Casas and the excellent quality that brings the incorporation of Inma R. with a double page drawing.



Noha Argonnar's greatest dream is to follow in his brother's footsteps and become a member of the Gryphoon, the only elite Arkan military unit capable of defeating the Eckhos. In order to achieve this, you must first pass "The Trial of Valor", a race against the clock towards the academy where future Ark heroes are trained. Along the way he will encounter numerous dangers and will soon understand that the only way to overcome them is by allying himself with three other candidates: ex-convict Khaine, the giant Anthorxa and the ingenious Keats. Can this motley group eventually become Gryphoon?


Noel is deeply in love with his best friend Elena and her world collapses when she starts dating a boy. One night, in a moment of despair, he ventures with a stranger who is on the street. This girl will turn out to be June, Elena's other best friend, and therefore yet another person to compete with. But in a group outing to the zoo you will discover that you are not the only one who has feelings for Elena and will understand that if you want to keep your friendship you will have to overcome your insecurities and jealousy.


Before passing away, Yuki's mother confesses that she has a brother. After this great revelation, our protagonist decides to commit a great madness: traveling to Spain with her best friend, Enishi, and entering a video game contest in which her brother will also participate. But once there you will discover that starting a fraternal relationship with a person you do not know will not be as easy as she originally thought.


A distant kingdom lives in misery and the only way to save it is by obtaining the Eternal Egg, an ancient relic guarded by the dragon god called Uroboros and an essential ingredient to create the philosopher's stone. The man who achieves such a feat will be able to keep half the gem and although it is increasingly difficult to find heroes capable of achieving such an undertaking, the greed of the human being is always stronger than his reason.


30 years after the 1st Space War that devastated Earth, a colony of humans discovers a sign of life from their destroyed planet. How it can be that a human being has managed to survive such apocalyptic circumstances is quite an enigma, but there is a fact that researchers do have clear: Shion represents a threat to all humanity but it can also be the key to returning home. It is for this reason that they decide to take it away and investigate it, although there are some members of the ship who oppose it. But Shion wants to return to her true home and Koro, the only person who treats her as a human being and not as a monster or an experiment, will help her to get it.


Amame has had a recurring dream since she was a child: that she is a water witch on an apparently uninhabited small planet. But one night you will meet a plant bush called Kiku and together they will populate with vegetation that paradise named Midoriboshi. Suddenly, just as Amame has her first love affair, Kiku disappears. It is at this moment that he realizes that perhaps he had more feelings than he imagined towards someone who does not even know if it is real.

Several years have passed and Kiku still does not appear, but one day walking down the street he finds himself in a flower shop with a nostalgic name that awakens his hope. Indeed, inside is Kiku. We know what Amame's story is, but what is Kiku's? How did she experience this separation?


Erika's parents are an eminence in the world of sports and her wish is that her daughter follow in her footsteps. Although Erika is happy playing Rugby and going to classes with her great friend Hitoshi, what she is really passionate about is drawing.

One day, in the stands of the rugby stadium, she observes that there is a mysterious boy looking very closely at the training sessions and she is so impressed that she cannot avoid portraying him. That same afternoon, he goes to buy the new number of his favorite manga and to his surprise he discovers that his mysterious boy is the shop assistant! Your first reaction will be to get out of there as soon as possible, but the rush plays a trick on you and makes you forget your sketchbook on the counter.


From birth Kethrylia was destined to be a great warrior from the kingdom of Mainread. But Lia is already tired of fighting bloody battles and what she wants is to stop fighting so that she can be together with her beloved Violen. Finally, when she is called up again, she decides to defect so that she can take charge of her life and be free.


It is the first day of Torosuke Arisugawa in the magazine of Gekkan History but there is a problem: you have no idea of ​​manga. Your director and your partner should arm themselves with patience and start explaining everything from the beginning. But they will have the help of "the virtual room", a tool that will allow them to teleport to the past and see with their own eyes the entire history of the manga.


Errata faith: The double page at the end of Midoriboshi should be read between pages 10 and 11 (172-173 of the magazine).

The story will be published again in correct order in number 5. Our apologies to the author and readers.

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Heading into an atypical summer, it is time to report on the Minotauro news for June. Will finally come Hell, the hectic end of Carlos Sisí's vampire trilogy, Red. The Bradbury Year will continue to give us joy with the miniseries Green town and a commemorative edition: Martian Chronicles 100 Anniversary. Minotaur Essentials and Author Libraries will offer more powerful releases: Merchants from space by C. M. Kornbluth and Valis and Complete Tales III by Philip K. Dick.

In the Fantasy section, the successful reissue of The Wheel of Time and two books of Warhammer. Finally, fans of Game of Thrones You can enjoy a comprehensive guide to the mythology behind the saga created by George R. R. Martin.

Thanks for reading and take good care of yourself!

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The train continues moving and it is time to announce the Planeta Cómic news for June, the beginning of a different summer but full of good readings. The graphic novel Homeland de Toni Fejzula will finally shine in bookstores. An incomparable and chromatically spectacular adaptation of Fernando Aramburu's moving story. Without a doubt, a work of art in itself.

Star wars will provide a staple and two volumes starring Darth Vader. The Comic USA will stand out with installments of Game of Thrones, Die! Die! Die !, Paper Girls or Aftershockians Animosity and Hot Lunch Special. Finally, Japanese Manga will continue to demonstrate its variety and quality with Dragon Ball, Crater, your name., Fist of the North Star or Dragon head.

More information here

• Graphic Novel Outlet, USA, SW: 9/6.

• Manga exit: 23/6.

Thanks for reading and take care! See you in the bookstores!

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The National Dramatic Center (CDN) inaugurates new content and creations on the digital platform #LaVentanaDelCDN

The National Dramatic Center (CDN) inaugurates new content and creations on the digital platform #LaVentanaDelCDN, starting the section "The theater to come" with colloquia, essays, interviews and masterclass, among other activities, which will form a new digital magazine linked to Thought and the Performing Arts

Reference names in contemporary theater and culture such as Lola Arias, Quique Spleen, Christiane Jatahy, Andrés Lima, Fabrice Murgia, Roland Schimmelpfennig and Remedios Zafra inaugurate a cycle of master classes and colloquia within this new "theater to come"

Creators and creators of different disciplines such as Raúl Aguirre, Nao Albet, Paco Azorín, Xavier Bobés, Albert Boronat, Ana Bustelo, Denise Despeyroux, Nando López, Fernanda Orazi, Jose Padilla, María Prado, Aitor Saraiba or Voadora, among others, have been invited to make pieces for the new contents of #LaVentanaDelCDN, which will be uploaded throughout these weeks

The National Dramatic Center (CDN) has launched new content and creations within online programming #LaVentanaDelCDN. Thus, the section has started "The theater to come" with colloquia, essays, interviews and masterclasses, among other activities, which will configure a new digital magazine linked to Thought and the Performing Arts. The objective is to reflect on the immediate future and thus open the door to what is to come. To do this, the CDN is proposing weekly, together with projects by different creators and creators, a series of activities that help us think in common and in depth: debates, meetings, videoconferences, etc.

With "The theater to come", the National Dramatic Center opens its discourse to music, painting, light, philosophy, literature, photography, architecture, psychology, poetry, sculpture, medicine, sport or cinema as agents involved in performing art in the extent to which they contextualize it or, simply, endow it with that precious and precious beauty.

In format of masterclass, we have had as guests Lola Arias -writer, theater and film director and performer-, who has given the master class «About other people's lives. Theater as a remake of the past » already Andrés Lima -director, author and actor- who has told us about "The theater creation process" starting from his work Shock (The Condor and the Puma), one of the favorite works of the Max 2020 Awards with four nominations for the main categories, and its continuation Shock (The Storm and the War). The next guests will be Guillermo Calderón -actor, playwright, screenwriter and theater director- on May 26; or the costume and stage designer Alejandro Andújar, on June 2.

In colloquium format, the director of the National Dramatic Center, Alfredo Sanzol, and the essayist Zafra Remedies, Anagram Essay Prize 2017 for The enthusiasmhave debated how «Retrieve enthusiasm (so that it ceases to be the artist's sole livelihood)». Roland Schimmelpfennig -one of the most international contemporary German playwrights whose works have been released in more than forty countries- and Quique Spleen -who together with his brother Yeray forms the theatrical tandem QY Bazo- star in the meeting «Blot and count" new "? The challenges of de-escalated theater ». The appointment will be this Thursday, May 21, live at 7:00 p.m. on the CDN website and social networks. The next participants in the colloquia are the philosopher Santiago Alba Rico and the author and stage director María Velasco, on May 28; or the director and playwright Fabrice Murgia, Christiane Jatahy -author, theater director and filmmaker- and Alfredo Sanzol, on June 4.

On the other hand, the CDN is programming four new sections in which creators from different disciplines have been invited to make pieces for the new contents of #LaVentanaDelCDN, which will be uploaded throughout these weeks: From my kitchen, in which authors, such as Xavier Bobés, tell a repertoire work using only elements present in their kitchens. The window of creation It consists of audiovisual projects born from the experience of confinement by artists such as Nao Albet or Voadora. #HistoriasEnHilo It is the challenge launched to Denise Despeyroux, Nando López or Jose Padilla, among others, to generate a narrative thread throughout a day on Twitter, with which users of this social network can interact. By last, More than a thousand words it combines text and image thanks to names such as Albert Boronat and Aitor Saraiba, María Prado and Ana Bustelo or Alfredo Sanzol and Raúl Aguirre.


The CDN has offered open theatrical creations from the beginning of the confinement through its website and social networks. In Unforgettable has remembered historical assemblies by the hands of its protagonists. It has also carried out Reading club, offering the texts of the plays Elena Fortun by María Folguera, The barbarians Lucía Carballal and Man up by Andrea Jiménez and Noemi Rodríguez. It has also offered in Creators and creators live, Instagram encounters with Carolina Africa, Tomás Cabané and Tomás Pozzi, Julián Fuentes Reta, Juan Mayorga or Paloma Pedrero. He has rescued interviews with different professionals in Stage crafts and has retrieved podcast from Sound fiction through Almudena Grandes, Carol López or Jose Padilla. In From my window, different theatrical figures have told us about their confinement through a podcast: Paco Azorín, Clàudia Cedó, Pablo Messiez, Fernanda Orazi or María Velasco. Games have not been lacking through a series of Trivial on the secrets of the theater and the historical and present playwrights of the scene.

Calendar of upcoming events on the CDN website and social networks

  • Wednesday, May 20: Premiere in The window of creation of the video I am a human from Voadora.
  • Thursday, May 21, 19.00: «Blot and" new "account? The challenges of de-escalated theater »with Roland Schimmelpfennig and Quique Bazo.
  • Tuesday May 2619.00: Masterclass with Guillermo Calderón.
  • Thursday, May 28, 19.00: Colloquium with Santiago Alba Rico and María Velasco.
  • Tuesday June 219.00: Masterclass with Alejandro Andújar.
  • Thursday, June 4, 7:00 pm: Colloquium with Fabrice Murgia, Christiane Jatahy and Alfredo Sanzol.

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These days we have spent more time than ever at home and surely you have already read, worked, made videoconferences (and avoided the world at times) from each and every nook and cranny. Surely you have already rearranged the furniture, done wardrobe cleaning and have put your personal bookstore in order. And if it happened to you like us, surely you have found in hand with a book that you did not even remember having.

Time to take advantage of it! Reading, learning and, why not, enjoying some culinary delight now that we have more time for those little pleasures.

In this post we bring you 10 books so that this confinement gets down to business. With these readings we are sure that you can get more out of those ingredients that you have loose in the fridge, get a chef plan and take a leap in your culinary game or, why not, it is a good time to lose your fear of the stove and make your first little steps in the kitchen. So we invite you to put on your apron (and boots) with these kitchen and food manuals. 😜

1) Cooking day by day

In this book of Karlos Arguiñano 1095 recipes and 365 menus for the four seasons await you. Cheese and carrot ravioli, browned with green rice, quail with banana or eggplant lasagna.

In total, more than 365 menus with first, second and dessert, 1095 recipes divided by seasons that always emphasize fresh and seasonal products. In addition, the book proposes special menus for the most notable dates on the calendar, such as Christmas. So if you do not know where to start, or if you want to start thinking about how you are going to surprise your mother-in-law when she can visit you… let yourself be guided by the most beloved chef on television and be amazed by some delicious rich dishes.

2) eat real food

This book is for everyone. Because surely at some point or another in life (or confinement more specifically) we have been given to that type of food that wants to eat a lot but that is not necessarily the best fuel for our body.

Carlos Rios is the creator of the movement realfooding and in Eat real food offers us a practical guide to combat and banish the ultra-processed from our diet and eat real food again. Practical tips, tricks and recipes to eat healthy easily, quickly and richly await you in this book.

3) Unlimited vegetables

The chef Jose Andres A mission has been proposed: to change the way we see vegetables.

Known for his inexhaustible energy and wild imagination, the Asturian chef channels his thirty years of cooking and eating around the world in Unlimited vegetables, a passionate, surprising and delicious love letter to the vegetable kingdom. Bold ideas and explosions of genius that will help us see with different eyes the full potential of the world of plants.

If you are one of those people who for the New Year had set out to start eating better … this is the perfect opportunity to carry it out and enjoying the recipes that the chef offers us.

4) Stews always

If you enjoy homemade food and feel nostalgic for your grandmother's recipes, this is your book. Stews, stews, stews, stews, soups, rice, gazpachos, creams and much more await you in the book of Juan Pozuelo, a chef with a lot of experience between the stoves and with a very personal and personal style.

Discover more than a hundred spoon recipes, all perfectly explained so that anyone can incorporate them into their daily menu. Do you already know which dish you are going to start with?

5) Sustainable cuisine

This is not a recipe book, it is a book to learn how to make the most of your time on the stove and make the most of your food.

The chef of the Semproniana restaurant, Ada Parellada, brings us tips to learn how to reorganize our kitchen, make it more efficient and agile … and teaches us to eat healthier, more varied, tastier and above all, more fun. It also includes an extra tip that we are sure you will appreciate as much as we do: with this book we will learn to cook one day of the week and live on rent the rest of the days, something that will be great for us when the routine is again busier and we suffer for preparing tuppers. 🤭

6) Love, eat, live, shine

In this book of Elka mocker We will find a clean and respectful kitchen that bets on fresh, ecological and seasonal products and that inspires us to include more vegetable dishes in our daily lives that will conquer both our palates and our health.

Love, eat, live, shine It teaches us what is the difference between eating and feeding: eating is the act of chewing, swallowing and satiating; feeding is also an act of love. This is a perfect book to love food even more and take care of ourselves while enjoying ourselves.

7) Tapas, pintxos and toasts

We go with a good dose of flavor. Because we all like snacking, mixing ingredients and having a good time between snacks. Making tapas can be an excellent way to shake off stress with a simple but at the same time good diet, healthy, balanced and, of course, delicious.

In this book Xabier Gutiérrez brings us over a thousand recipes with which to cultivate one of the greatest hallmarks of Spanish gastronomic culture.

8) Mother kitchen

This is a tribute to traditional cuisine with 80 simple recipes to cook at home. Nothing more and nothing less than the chef's hand Joan Roca.

In Mother kitchen pays tribute to the mother's kitchen, tradition, updating … linked to a very emotional concept: that of the recovery and perpetuation of the most authentic dishes, the popular recipe book. Recipes without complications or technicalities but with all the quality touch of Joan Roca.

Starters, fish, meat, eggs, vegetables, sweets and the explanation of techniques will introduce you to a new way of enjoying the recipes of all time.

9) Happiness

The tribute book of Carme Ruscalleda, on the 30th anniversary of its acclaimed Sant Pau restaurant. In Happiness the chef presents us with a free, natural, tasty and pleasant cuisine, the kitchen that has been the key formula of her magic in front of the stove.

The story of the book starts from the current vision of its gastronomy to make a flashback and review the great moments of its gastronomic trajectory in different chapters, in which it reflects its style and its personal universe, from the Mediterranean to Japan. If you want to discover how a self-taught chef has managed to become the great lady of world cuisine, don't miss this reading.

10) Paella Power

And we couldn't finish a selection of cookbooks without mentioning one of the star dishes in Spanish gastronomy: paella.

In this book of Rodrigo de la Calle We will learn the recipes, techniques and secrets to prepare the best paellas in the world: from the classic Valencian paella to black rice, through to vegetable or seafood paella. And with the necessary techniques for each occasion, carefully detailed to become great rice experts. Little more will we need to become the kings and queens of Sundays.

If after this tour you have wanted to devour more readings, do not miss the selection of cuisine that we have prepared for you. And cook a lot and very rich these days!

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The machine does not stop and we continue to know more about its authors. Today we speak with Marta Salmons.

How did you enter the world of illustration / comics?
A while ago, I went to the Joso school to do the comic course with my friend where we already had the odd story in mind. At that time a teacher asked us for a portfolio to present in a project that was underway in France and there we took the first step as Skizocrilian Studio. Then we already introduced ourselves with Pechanko! in the manga contest carried out by Norma Editorial and hence we were known more nationally.

Your first contact with Planeta Manga was …
The editor contacted me directly, presented me with the idea of ​​the project and asked if I wanted to be part of the adventure. I doubted because we had already worked on a similar project in Skizocrilian for the French market but the desire to do a solo story again pushed me to continue.

How did the plot for MARCHITADO LIONEL come about?
It's been around a few times. The first idea of ​​the character was much more cynical and was intended for an extra story of another and the premise at the time was "Prota is bitter of his work and throws everything out." But when I started defining it I found that I wanted to tell a lot of things and concerns and I wanted it to be read independently. And has
ended up being somewhat more complex; this story boycotts me (ha, ha).

What do you do first: character creation or script? What is your usual work circuit like?
What was the first; the egg or the chicken? It depends if I work with someone else who passes the script to me, I attend to what the character and his descriptions suggest to me. If I take care of everything, I start the story with the characters a little at a time. I plan the distribution of the page, which can go and discard what is not. Then I'm going to clean it until I have the inking, put the wefts and fit and finish defining the dialogue.

How do you value the reception the magazine has had and what would you highlight about it?
I think it started off on the right foot, people seem to have liked it and aroused their interest. Its strong point is the diversity of genres and types of history, making it possible to interest a wide variety of readers who like to read everything.

Your favorite Planet Manga series is…
Committed question … I like to value the series when they are already finished and they just took off with what was published. They all have their what. By series they give me a good feeling Good game and Gryphoon and I would like to highlight the short stories that I have enjoyed Midori Boshi, Soulmate, Uroboros, the Witch and Heart Piece.

Next projects.
It remains to come out Mr. Lightfeet, short story of a couple of dancers that also appears in number 3 of the magazine Planeta Manga. And the project I'm working on for Webtoon now "The cold case detective". Then I don't know what will come. 🙂

Twitter: @Soryuden
Instagram: @marth_salmons

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Is your state of mind right now a set of onomatopoeias that you don't know exactly what they just meant? The same thing happens to us. 🙈

These days of confinement are being a challenge for all of us, be it in the workplace, due to the difficulty of reconciling with family life, due to the uncertainty of the world situation, due to confinement or a little bit of everything at the same time … AND it is clear that we are all trying to do our best. But, given the exceptional nature of the situation, it is totally normal that sometimes we feel a little outnumbered. To regain balance, put on the glasses of optimism, learn to deal with these uncomfortable feelings and ultimately to lift your spirits during this confinement, we propose a series of readings that are almost prescription. Will you accompany us to discover them?

If you don't know her, Silvia Congost She is one of the essential authors when it comes to well-being. In his book Alone It reveals something essential to us: not having a partner does not mean being alone. Learning to be alone can be the greatest adventure of our life and, confinement, the best time to put it into practice. Because not having a partner does not imply anything negative about us, it does not take away our value as human beings, it does not make us less interesting. It is true that loneliness can be scary, generate rejection and be seen in general with a negative connotation. Hence, we try to avoid it at all costs.

With this book we will discover that learning to be alone can be a fascinating journey into ourselves and make us more connected to the world and to ourselves.

The new novel by Elvira Lindo It travels our country through a century of great changes and contains a tribute to a generation, that of those who remained in Spain in the immediate postwar period, those who, without complaint or regret, concentrated on surviving.

From the empathetic and curious gaze of a great observer who knows how to transform every flash of memory into fiction, Elvira Lindo turns her parents into literary characters to approach them with freedom, lucidity and wisdom.

You will enjoy reading Open heartSure, but we are also convinced that it will make you see yours from a new perspective, consider things from a different point of view. I said, recommended. 👌🏻

If you don't know yet Ana Merino, these days of confinement are a very good opportunity to discover the winner of the 2020 Nadal Novel Prize.

The map of affections chase the trail of the people who build the hidden stories of the places. Places where absences are evoked, strange events, where inexplicable crimes occur … places where personal tensions coexist with family ones and where only the drive of good sediments the sediment necessary to continue living.

A map of those stories that may be happening in your neighborhood without you realizing it: love relationships where the age difference is the pattern, people who struggle to understand the meaning of love, how chance reconfigures everything without asking permission, the role of poetic justice or how the passage of time can be the highest arbiter.

If you want to discover to what extent affections mark the pulse of all things, don't miss Ana Merino's wonderful new novel.

When you think it's all over, it's not true. Everything starts. This is what happens to the protagonist of the last trilogy of Megan Maxwell: Estefanía has three children and has been happily married for twenty years. One day he discovers that the person he trusted has been cheating on him and that this "happily ever after" no longer exists.

"Little by little I am beginning to enjoy the freedom that my new marital status gives me and, why not, to meet Diego, the good neighbor of my parents' urbanization, for which all of them sigh. Until one afternoon he invites me to dinner ».

I'm a mom It is a perfect read to believe in new opportunities and learn to enjoy what life brings us.

A night in Paris. Two paths intertwining. And one thing for sure: there is nothing more eternal than a fleeting encounter.

After the success of Let it happen, Alice Kellen Come back to fall in love with the story of Ginger and Rhys. She lives in London and sometimes feels so lost that she has forgotten even her own dreams. He is unable to sit still anywhere and thinks he knows who he is. And every night their friendship grows between emails full of confidences, doubts and concerns …

We on the moon it is a story about love, destiny and the search for oneself. A delicious novel that reminds us that sometimes you only need to look at the moon to feel close to another person. Quite adequate for those of you who are confined away from that special person, right? 🙈

At point six of this list we bring you a romantic, smart and fun comedy for the Netflix generation, A movie love, written by Rachel Winters.

After seven years as an assistant, Evie Summers is ready to get the promotion she deserves. But the film agency where he works is on the tightrope, and Evie will lose his job if he can't convince his most important and arrogant client to finish writing the script for a romantic Hollywood comedy.

When the screenwriter confesses that nothing is written, Evie offers him a pact: if she can prove to him in just three months that it is possible to fall in love in real life like in a movie, he will write the script.

Are you dying to know how it goes on? Well, get a blanket and some snacks because as soon as you start reading you will surely not be able to stop for a second.

How do you live the only day in which we do what we really want? Something like what many are doing these days of home life, in which social imperatives are being a little forgotten …

Saturday night It is a captivating portrait of people, places and customs with the magnetic prose of the author of The burning library, Susan Orlean.

Why do we like them so much on Saturday nights? The author asked herself the same question and embarked on a trip across the United States that led her to meet and share her weekend with the most varied of American territory: from wealthy teenagers in Los Angeles to homeless people in New York, dancers polka in Maryland or university in Boston. A mosaic of voices to define that night of the week in which we put what we want before what we should do: Saturday night.

This book cannot be missing in a post where we talk about raising your spirits. Because Dr. Rojas tells us something very interesting: good things happen, but they need a plan.

Joining the scientific, psychological and human point of view, the author offers us a deep reflection, peppered with useful advice and with an eminently didactic vocation, about the application of our own abilities to the effort to give us a full and happy existence.
What can we do to achieve it? Knowing and optimizing certain areas of the brain, setting goals and objectives in life, exercising the will, starting emotional intelligence, developing assertiveness, avoiding excess self-criticism …

Definitely Marian Rojas It offers us a theoretical and practical guide so that we can achieve a good star through personal work. How is your luck lately, reader? 😉

In this book Curro Cañete invites us to become our own coach and to be our own guide, with guidelines and exercises so that we learn to feel good and to realize our true wishes and aspirations.

Because for the author, happiness is not only a destination, but also the path that we all must travel: Do you remember all the times you spoke badly to yourself? Of those fears that have scared you so many times? Of everything you have stopped doing for fear of what they will say? Leave all that behind! Now! There is no time to lose!".

With The power to trust you Cañete helps us to awaken the inner strength that we all have (even if we don't know it yet) and that will help us change our lives and go where we want to go. Are you ready for change?

And we are going with a hard truth that needs to be told: bullying or bullying. And the brave story of those who have suffered it and managed to overcome it: Angel Marble, author of the book Smile even if it costs you.

«Yes, I was bullied and many times I thought I would not get over it. The road was long and difficult, but in the end I smiled again. And I learned many important things: not to give up, to believe in myself and to be a better person. And that stalkers are also often victims. Many people helped me. Without them, surely I would not have come this far nor would I have had the courage to tell what I lived. Without them, perhaps today you would not be able to say: smile!».

Àngela Mármol is the first TikTok influencer who talks about her experience as a victim of bullying and who invites us to take a positive lesson, even in the most difficult situations. Without a doubt, a life lesson from which we can all learn something.

And so far our list of essentials for today, reader. We trust that among these books you will find a faithful companion who will help you to better spend these special days. And if you finish quickly with the list of titles that we have prescribed, We invite you to discover our selection of books to be happy. Which one are you going to start with?

Happy reading! ☺️📚

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More than a thousand words: with María Prado and Ana Bustelo

Today we bring you a new edition of # MásQueMilPalabrasCDN, the initiative that promotes collaboration between writing and illustration. The second tandem of this joint creativity is formed Maria Prado and Ana Bustelo. The playwright proposes the text Greyish white, in which Bustelo was inspired to make the illustration Siren.

Greyish white, by María Prado

You can download the PDF of the full text of María Prado HERE
If you prefer to listen to it, then you will find the podcast recited by María Prado herself.

Siren, by Ana Bustelo
You can download the PDF of Ana Bustelo's illustration HERE
Maria Prado She is a playwright, actress, and theater director. Bachelor of Textual Interpretation from RESAD. Master in Theory and Criticism of Culture and Master in Theater Creation from the Carlos III University of Madrid (Spain) coordinated by Juan Mayorga. In February 2019, he writes and directs Impulses (bpm) within the "Writings on the Scene" program of the National Dramatic Center (Spain), published in October of that same year. This same year, it conducts workshops within program DbranchTOURgia coordinated by AECID and CDN at the Cultural Centers of Spain in Miami, Mexico and the Dominican Republic.
Ana Buste it She works as an illustrator, a profession that brings together two of her favorite activities: drawing and reading.
He currently enjoys a creation scholarship at the Royal Academy of Spain in Rome, carrying out a project that investigates the structure of the altarpiece for adaptation to contemporary graphic narrative. In his drawings he recognizes the influence of Hollywood cinema in the 50s and 60s.

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The CDN adds six nominations to the Max Awards

Shock (The Condor and the Puma) concentrates four nominations for the awards organized by the SGAE Foundation

The National Dramatic Center (CDN) has six nominations in the XXIII edition of the Awards Max of the Performing Arts. The organizing committee has announced this Thursday the finalists of the 19 categories in competition for these awards organized by the SGAE Foundation.

Shock (The Condor and the Puma) has become one of the favorite works of this edition with four nominations: best theater show, best stage direction (Andrés Lima), best stage space design (Beatriz San Juan) and best leading actor (Ernesto Alterio). Shock (The Condor and the Puma), documentary theater produced by the National Dramatic Center In collaboration with Check-in Productions, could be seen in the Valle-Inclán Theater between April and June 2019.

Furthermore, the CDN has garnered two other nominations in Max Awards: Signed Lejárraga she opts for the best theatrical authorship (Vanessa Montfort), while Tenant (Numancia, 9, 2ºA) She is nominated for Best Revelation Authorship (Paco Gámez).

The gala of the XXIII edition of the Max Awards for Performing Arts will be held predictably next September 7 at the Cervantes Theater in Malaga.

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Colloquium with Remedios Zafra and Alfredo Sanzol: «Recovering enthusiasm (so that it ceases to be the artist's sole livelihood)»

Next Thursday, May 14, the director of the National Dramatic Center, Alfredo Sanzol, will meet the writer and essayist Remedios Zafra, Anagram Essay Prize 2017 for The enthusiasm, an already essential book in which he addressed the problems of precariousness and creative work in the digital age. The colloquium will take place on our channels Youtube and Facebook.

It will be a unique opportunity to address issues such as the coexistence between the virtual and art, the future of theater as a paradigm of the non-digitizable, the stage community versus networked individualism or the future relationship of the cultural worker with the public and with the public . "They are not the creators of the time," writes Remedios Zafra in The enthusiasm– Those who allow themselves to be rocked like puppets for the times they live, but those who are able to face their difficulties and make them thoughtful, even make them shared.

Remedios Zafra is an essayist, professor and researcher. He guides his work to the critical study of contemporary culture. He has obtained, among others, the Anagrama Essay Prize, the El Público Literature Prize, the Málaga Essay Prize, the Carmen de Burgos National Essay Prize and the Meridiana Culture Prize. His essays include The enthusiasm. Precariousness and creative work in the digital agel, Eyes and Capital and A connected own room.

Alfredo Sanzol is an author and theater director, with a degree in Law from the University of Navarra and in Stage Direction from RESAD. The leadership of the CDN, as of January 2020, represents a new step in a trajectory in which titles such as playwright stand out as Yes but i am not, On the moon (Award for best theatrical author in Spanish 2013), Super days (Best Theater Author in Spanish 2012), The magical calm, Tenderness (XII Valle-Inclán Theater Award) and Bravery, among others. Sanzol was distinguished in 2017 with the National Prize for Dramatic Literature for his work The breathing. He has also received the Max Prize for Performing Arts five times.

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