A library specialized in authors withdraws Carmen Mola's books after discovering that they are written by three men

The Libre Librería Women & Company, specializing in writers, has withdrawn from its shelves all the specimens of the Novels of Carmen Mola after discovering wit

A library specialized in authors withdraws Carmen Mola's books after discovering that they are written by three men

The Libre Librería Women & Company, specializing in writers, has withdrawn from its shelves all the specimens of the Novels of Carmen Mola after discovering with the Award of the Planeta Award that the name of the author is the pseudonym of three authors, Antonio Mercero ( Madrid, 1969), Agustín Martínez (Lorca, 1975) and Jorge Díaz (Alicante, 1962).

"Our contribution to Jastag Carmen Mola, but it's more than the gentlemen do not occupy everything," is the phrase with which the library has accompanied a video of Tik Tok in which it looks like they are removed from the shelves of the bookstore all the Exemplary of the Novels of Carmen Mola, the gypsy bride, the purple network and the babe. Nor will they have the book that has earned them the Planeta Award, the Beast.

Given the reviews received in social networks because of its decision to withdraw the books of the three authors, the library has written a commentary by calling the tranquility to its followers: "as a library that takes care of a specialized authors fund, we know what it implies making decisions Policies that attract without remedy patriarchal violence ... for us and for you, self-care is also blocking Trolls and allowing us offline time. "

In the video it looks like the owner of the bookstore takes all the novels of Carmen Mola, put them in a box and packed them back to the Penguin Random House publishing house. The box stays at the door of the bookstore and in the video is written the following message: "From the books registered in Spain in 2018 - in which the gypsy girlfriend is published - only 32% are written by women."

The Planet Award of this 70th edition, first with one million euros for the winner, ended with one of the best kept secrets of the recent Spanish literature, the pseudonym of Carmen Mola, after which the Holy Trinity of Screenbandists Jorge Díaz was hidden , Antonio Mercero and Agustín Martínez.

With scriptwriters - they are behind series as central hospital - and incipient careers as writers, the three kept the lie for almost four years, as they pointed at the Diaz press conference, which joked with the possibility of having lost friends in the process .

"For me the anonymity was something very comfortable but it also had some scorching," he has recognized Mercero, who is also responsible for adapting for a television series the adventures of Detective Elena Blanco who have made Carmen Mola famous.

The winning novel of the planet, the beast, is situated in a city ravaged by a wave of crimes to girls from the humblest classes, and in that framework, a journalist, a policeman and a girl attempt to reveal the secrets of such abominable murders.

Updated Date: 18 October 2021, 05:08

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