Inca promotes a feminist reading cycle

Mar 29, 2022 | Current affairs, Featured, Revista Lloseta, Thursday Daily Bulletin, Tradition

Inca launches a Feminist Reading Club organised by the cultural organisation “Siracusa. Creació i Acció Cultural”, with the collaboration of Inca City Council and the Espirafocs bookshop. This initiative, coordinated by Julia Muñoz, has been designed with the aim of promoting and bringing feminist literature closer; and, at the same time, creating a meeting place to reflect, discuss and study some of the most important titles of literary production written by women.

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“From the City Council of Inca, we are committed to promoting equality in all areas. Therefore, we have considered it more than necessary to contribute to the development of this initiative to work and energize the culture from a feminist perspective, highlighting works of great educational value, says the Councillor for Culture, Alice Weber.

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Therefore, a total of 6 sessions have been scheduled for the coming months, lasting approximately one hour, to discuss and learn about a wide range of topics that may be of interest to both women and men. The workshops are free with limited places and registration can be done practically through this link:

Thus, on 7 April, Llibreria Espirafocs will kick off the cycle with “Vernon subtex 2” by Virginie Despente. The May workshop will be devoted to “Putes i consentits”, by Antonina Canyelles. “Mama desobedient” by Esther Vivass will be the work to be discussed during the June meeting.

Then, on 7 July, Pauline Harmange will hold a workshop on “Jo, els homes, els detesto”, and on 8 September another on the work “Por qué las mujeres salvará al planeta” by various authors. Finally, this first cycle of feminist reading will close in October with “Dones rebels. Històries contra el silenci”, by Aina Torres i Reixach.