There is at least one newspaper that does not give bad news. Its owner, a designer from a small town in Lancashire called Emily Coxhead, decided to create it in 2015 tired of reading bad news and convinced that if we are a species that tends to pessimism and barbarism is partly because we are only interested in what goes wrong in everywhere. He may not be right. In any case, what proves Coxhead's naive initiative is that 1) The press has a blind angle, and 2) Everything that the press does not collect (and that includes any good news), does not exist. A truism that goes from familiar to disturbing when we realize that, while the presses did their work without rest, a literary prize has disappeared.