5 bestsellers of 2019 written by women

Cover of the books 'The Testaments' from Margaret Atwood and 'Three Women' from Lisa Taddeo.
Here are five bestseller books that were written by women during 2019, according to Amazon and The New York Times, that you should read in this new decade.

Megan Maxwell and the power of women

Spanish writer, Megan Maxwell.
LatinAmerican Post had the opportunity to speak with the famous author Megan Maxwell

Nobel-winning author Toni Morrison dead at 88

La escritora estadounidense Toni Morrison.
Morrison was given the Presidential Medal of Freedom by Barack Obama in 2012.

Latam Booklook: 'Tropical Virus' by Power Paola

In the framework of the FILBo 2019 the film Tropical Virus was screened, which recently won the Quirino Animation Award. Today we remember the graphic novel on which it is based

Claudia Canto: portrait of an empowered woman

Directly from the Brazilian periphery of Sao Paulo, the living testimony of a former domestic worker who decided to face reality to change history

Latam Booklook: 'The literary witches oracle' by Taisia Kitaiskaia and Katy Horan

With spells, this book vindicates the female writers and their important role in a struggle that seeks political, social, economic and sexual equity

5 books to get started in feminism

If you want to approach feminism, we recommend 5 books that will help you understand how it came about, what it consists of and what types of feminisms there are

An English, a Romanian and a Nigerian: three writers you should know

As part of the Hay Festival in Colombia, Zadie Smith, Mircea Cartarescu and Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie visited the country. Who are they?

4 Latin writers who will fill your library with the magic of the Caribbean

Immerse yourself in the magical and dark imaginary of the Caribbean with these four incredible writers

An altar for the dead to honor these three Latin writers

In November 2, we celebrate the life of these three Latin American writers

Latam BookLook: "House of Beauty" by Melba Escobar

This is a story that tells the coldness of the Colombian society, which is told through several female voices

Latam BookLook: "The Power" by Naomi Alderman

"The power" of Naomi Alderman is a feminist science fiction novel full of political, social, and internal tensions that we should all read
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