La letra dura vincula y se defiende

Nos encontramos por primera vez en la clase de Literatura General, ¿te acuerdas, Consuelita?, con ese profe alemán fascista, cuando las autoridades que no eran milicos eran delegadas, no se hablaba de fascismo, y menos, de socialismo, subversión, derechos ni pueblo. Ay de quien osara pronunciar la palabra “política” o, peor, mostrara la postura prohibida. […]

Two Writers Reading – Wendy Allen & Charley Barnes

We asked the co-editors of  our forthcoming erotic poetry anthology, Under Your Pillow, to tell us about the books which have shaped their lives. WENDY ALLEN The first book I remember reading I loved the Sue Barton Nurse series by Helen Dore Boylston. I can remember the huge excitement of getting to the library and […]

Remembering Consuelo

We’ve been overwhelmed by all the kind comments and tributes from our followers and supporters following the sad loss of our founder, Consuelo Rivera-Fuentes. We asked the Victorina Press authors, editors, translators, and other friends and colleagues to share their memories of Consuelo and to tell us a little more about their relationship with her. […]

Interview with Teresa Norman and Sinéad Mangan-Mc Hale from TogetherintheUK

Teresa Norman and Sinéad Mangan-Mc Hale from TogetherintheUK have collaborated with Victorina Press to produce Hear our Stories, an anthology of migrant writings, which launches on August 31st. We asked them to tell us a little more about TogetherintheUK and about their experiences of working on the book. Teresa, where did the idea first come […]

Why I Love Short Stories by Amanda Huggins

I’ve been thinking about short stories a lot over the last couple of weeks, as I have an event coming up this Friday with fellow writer, Hannah Storm, where we will be in conversation about our love for the shorter prose forms. (Friday 21st July at 7.30pm, Kemps Bookshop, Malton) Although short fiction is perfectly […]