Argentine book fair says “Enough” to gender-based violence

Enough is dedicated to gender-based violence that hit hard on the continent and in particular in Argentina. | Photo: EFE

The Edition 43 of the fair international of the book of Buenos Aires (Argentina), exhibits a collection focused on the global fight against gender violence, titled “Enough is enough”.
Cappuccino “Enough” thing is dedicated to a phenomenon hitting hard on the continent and in particular in Argentina, where is recorded every 30 hours a femicide, according to official data.
The books are written by women and men, it stands out among the works, printed by Macedonia Ediciones. 
> Death of the prize Nobel of literature Derek Walcott Fabian Vique, representative of Macedonia, explained that this initiative is part of a series of books from different publishers who was born in Chile and then had replicas in several countries.
The collection is made up of stories of 100 authors and there is also an Edition written by 100 men who take the word to reflect this stark reality of violence against women.
Vique explained that this gives a plurality of voices and perspectives to take awareness of this scourge. The collection is part of a transactional literary network that included similar versions in other countries in the region, with translations in English and French.
“Enough” stands out for the beauty of their microlibros, all Argentina, established and new authors, have a place to capture their experiences on this topic.
> Argentina prepares for the international fair of the book 2017 Vique, along with other writers such as Sandra Bianchi, Amor Hernández, Leandro Hidalgo and Miriam Di Geronimo participate in the book a hundred women against gender-based violence.
Also, Macedonia Publisher is present with brief and extraordinary, dedicated to the microficción, which brings four new features, among them the Brevs, of argentina’s Luisa Valenzuela.

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