Marta Sans: “Isòsceles is a story of emotional intensity”

Marta Sans: “Isòsceles is a story of emotional intensity”

In geometry, a triangle is defined as a polygon made up of three points
It is one of the basic forms that exist. A triangle can be transformed, it can disintegrate in minutes, and the origin of everything is just one point.
Marta Sans was born in Alcanar in 1988. She holds a PhD in Chemistry. He was passionate about literature from an early age.
She is associated with cultural and women's activism in Terres de l'Ebre through several projects.
He writes prose and poetry. He won many literary awards.
She has published opinion pieces, many of them about the city she was born in and returned to years later.
In this interview, he talks about his novel “Isòsceles,” for which he won the 26th Novel Prize
Brief in the Terra de Fang Awards in Deltebre.
He published it with Onada Edicions.
Miguel González asks him about the triangle that keeps appearing in the book, either from the emotional side or to connect different points of contact or transition, about losses, about the differences between the city and the big city, and about the tribute to Hamburg.
We also talk about the music associated with the book, the effort to preserve the dialect of the land and the role of women as writers and breakers of social taboos and harassment.

See also  Jerusalem, confrontations in the Temple Mount

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *