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UN TERREMOTO A BORGO PROPIZIO

by Loredana Limone

AN EARTHQUAKE AT HAPPY TOWN Borgo Propizio sky is a lapis lazuli mosaic and life goes on scene under it. But life, you know, is made of both beautiful and awful things. A bad day a violent earthquake destroys a large part of the historical centre, throwing into desperation people who so much love their village. Mayor Felice Rondinella feels disaster like his own personal failure, and...

COSAS QUE (NUNCA) PASAN

by Miguel Tallón

Ilustración: Susana Gaitán Una novela difícil de definir: un caleidoscopio de experiencias y relaciones que se multiplican alrededor de un personaje, Miguel ¿González? ¿Pérez?, entre surrealista y kafkiano en sus circunstancias; entre amorfo y cínico en su carácter, que se ve repentinamente sumido en una lucha sorda por darse por enterado de todo, cuando los encuentros surrealistas...

E LE STELLE NON STANNO A GUARDARE

by Loredana Limone

Too many are the facts reshuffling the every-day life of Borgo Propizio and his several inhabitants, such as the evergreen Aunt Letizia, busy to carry on her diary shop together with Belinda, the not-so-sweet but loved niece; Mariolina and Marietta, the two sisters always quarreling and making peace; the roughly refined Ruggero; the Carabinieri Marshall Bartolomeo Saltalamacchia… Headed from...

LA GUERRA DE CAÍN

by Luis Vallecillo

¿Que haces si oyes gritar ¡FUEGO!? Correr en dirección contraria ¿No? Pues eso es lo que hicieron casi todos los del pueblo de Caín cuando alguien gritó ¡QUE VIENEN LOS MOROS! en 1936, y con ellos el propio Caín, que terminó vendiendo sus dieciséis primaveras al bando republicano, a cambio, cómo no, de un plato de lentejas, eso sí, con su trozo de tocino. Así comienzan las...

BORGO PROPIZIO

by Loredana Limone

Nearly all the tales begin with "Once upon a time", but this one is different. It begins with "Once upon today…" because today Belinda intends to start all over again and Borgo Propizio, a village on a hill, in an Italy apparently a bit out of time, seems to her the ideal place to fulfill her dream: opening a diary. The small town is decayed and it is said that a restless ghost flutters over...