Beatriz Serrano, creator of 'El discontent': “This book is about the moral and emotional precariousness that makes you sick” | Culture | EUROtoday

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Journalist Beatriz Serrano has been adjusting to a brand new label for a couple of months: author. The winner of an Ondas del Podcast por Arsenic caviarprinted final 12 months Discontent (Today's Topics), a novel the place acid humor softens a mirrored image on work and the conception of success. The e-book, which is in its sixth version and is being translated into English and French, has featured within the Culture and Culture Reading Club. Babelia of May.

The germ of this novel predates the pandemic, however these months gave Serrano the time and push he wanted to jell all of the sensations, feedback and experiences, his personal and people of others, that he had been storing over time of his working profession. . “In the most end-of-the-world situation, I was filling out Excel,” he recalled of these days. That reality inspired his concept of ​​writing, from fiction, in regards to the fallacy of labor, but additionally about consumerism or feminism. “This book is not about economic precariousness,” the creator clarified through the assembly with EL PAÍS subscribers. “It's about the moral and emotional precariousness that makes you sick.”

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