lines… and even signed in a bank

From May 31 to last Sunday, June 16, Retiro Park hosted a new edition of the Madrid Book Fair. Thousands of people (it is estimated that 550,000 until June 9) They have responded to the demands of dozens of publishers’ booths and stores.

The Aragonese Irene Vallejo was one of the great protagonists in the final stretch of the fair. He came on Friday, Saturday and Sunday to put his signature on his works, especially the comic edition of ‘Infinity in a Reed’. She was accompanied by the cartoonist Tyto Alba, with whom she completed this project.

The presence of the writer from Zaragoza did not go unnoticed and long lines formed to obtain her dedication. Specifically, she was present at the Alberti bookstore (Friday), Marcial Pons y Siruela (Saturday) and Visor (Sunday). Even, together with Tyto Alba, he served dozens of people, both sitting on a bench.

Irene Vallejo, signing on a Retiro bench.
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And five years after the launch of ‘Infinity in a Reed’, this international bestseller continues to have an extraordinary power of attraction. But interest in his texts does not end here. The Zaragoza publisher Contraseña reveals that Its best-selling title at the Madrid Book Fair has been ‘The Archer’s Whistle’, by Irene Vallejo.

Irene Vallejo also took advantage of her trip to Madrid to offer an interview with Carles Francino on his program ‘La Ventana’, on Cadena Ser. “A conversation on ‘La Ventana’ with views by Carles Francino. The immense pleasure of meeting in person two great ones: Carles and Isaías Lafuente. And a proposal: create Reading Pride Day”, said the woman from Zaragoza on her social networks.

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