Parents, children, grandparents and authorities at all levels, for generations, have dedicated themselves to the cultivation of a flower that infests the inhabitants of the neighborhoods of San Francisco, California. / Esta es la radiografía que ilustra los claroscuros de un estado que no conoce ot..
This book invites the reader to meditate on life and the illusions created by the three great monotheistic religions: Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. It is an extensive book that maintains easy readability where the author argues against ideas that go against pleasure and instead favor sacrifice a..
Why does a form of terrorism that consists of isolated, random killings break out, where the victims can be as numerous as possible? In the first part of this book, Calasso gives a brief history of the origin of Islamic terrorism, and draws an incisive, stark definition of our world. / La sociedad ..
A chronicle of twenty-five years of Barcelona, between the counterculture and the Olympic Games, from architecture, design, journalism, art, comics, photography and, above all, literature. The stories guide us through the Barcelona of the seventies, decrepit but dear. / Una crónica de veinticinco a..
This essay deals with the independence process in Catalonia. The failure of a high-profile political operation has led to a deep institutional crisis. With a fast and playful style, always excellently informed -and sometimes controversial- Jordi Amat is one of the greatest essayists of his generatio..
The Strange Death of Europe: Identity, Immigration
Douglas Murray explores the issues behind the continent's possible demise, from an atmosphere of mass terror attacks and a global refugee crisis. He addresses the disappointing failure of multiculturalism, Angela Merkel’s U-turn on migration, and the fixation on guilt. A book with visions for a new ..
This written work questions the nature of individualism as a source of self-inflicted harm, as if it were a new regime, a tyranny without tyrants in which, perhaps, the tyrants are ourselves. / Nunca el mundo ha experimentado tantos avances y tanto respeto por la opinión pública, nunca ha habido ta..
Marx's critique of political economy is vital for understanding the crisis of contemporary capitalism. Yet the nature of its relevance and some of its key tenets remain poorly understood. This bold intervention offers a fresh, radical reinterpretation of Marxism that explains the failures of neolibe..
In 2011, shortly after the death of Gaddafi, Annick limp, reporter for Le Monde, traveled to Libya to investigate the role of women during the revolution. In this revealing journey, the journalist publishes the article «a sex slave of al-Gaddafi has his ordeal», the story of Soraya, a twenty-two-yea..
The web of power in Spain. Interests, friendships and ideologies of political elites. We have all seen in the press the biographies of the ministers, sub secretaries, general directors, but we never understand why these people are elected to positions of power. It's not by chance. / Las redes de po..
This book collects the texts published between October 2012 and October 2014 by Jorge F. Hernández in his weekly column. This is a cycle where daily life is condensed into a serene and poetic prose and each page is written with heart’s ink to turn over the routine, discovering the message at the bot..
The author confronts with insight and enthusiasm the existence of those who have contributed to the decline of western bourgeois culture. After calling upon three particular spheres (wine, football and the book industry), the author focuses his attention on Google, an advanced technology that serves..