Rosa Montero, Madrid (1951), is one of the best known and most successful writers in our country. With a unique pen, the author recently published Good luck (Alfaguara), an intriguing book about the sudden change in life of a man who decides to isolate himself in a decaying industrial settlement. A novel full of secrets that claims the capacity for reconstruction that people can have despite everything.
Rosa Montero: “In ten years there will be a lot of novels that deal with experiences of loneliness and isolation”
The writer gave the last revision to this story during the confinement and explains that in it there is precisely a kind of “personal confinement” of the protagonist. In a recent interview with elDiario.es, Rosa Montero reflected on how the pandemic is going to influence the creations to come in the next few years: “It is possible that, in five or ten years, suddenly, a lot of novels will start to come out that curiously deal with experiences of loneliness and isolation (…) It will be the digestion of these rare times We don’t know where it will come out, but it will come out. ”
Ignacio Escolar will talk with the journalist about this latest work and her career as a writer. The National Literature Award in 2019, Montero has also reflected his views on the most current issues in a brilliant way in opinion columns for decades.
Readers of elDiario.es will have the opportunity to find out what their vision of the moments we are living is and send their questions to the author through the comments on this news item or the form at the end of it. As always, the meeting can be followed live from 5:00 p.m. on elDiario.es, through Facebook Live and in Twitter, with Periscope. We will wait for you!