Saskia Vogel’s ‘Permission’ tour

Saskia Vogel’s debut novel Permission is out in English, both in the US (Coach House Books) and in the UK (Dialogue Books, Little Brown), as well as in Swedish (Mondial) and in Spanish (Alpha Decay). In 2019 it will also be published in Italian (Safará) and French (Le serpent à plumes). Rights have been optioned

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May book haul

May 2019 is full of great novels coming out in several corners of the world. Masande Ntshanga‘s second and awaited novel Triangulum is out in South Africa with Umuzi/Penguin Random House, in North America with Two Dollar Radio and in the UK with Jacaranda. Following the critically acclaimed The Reactive, Masande’s new novel is a

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Rafel Nadal wins the Ramon Llull Award 2019

At the Pontas Agency, we’re excited to announce that Rafel Nadal is 2019’s winner of the most prestigious literary award in Catalan language, the Ramon Llull, with a novel titled El fill de l’italià (The Italian’s Son). Rafel Nadal is a journalist and Catalan writer. He is the author of several bestselling novels such as La maledicció dels Palmisano (Columna,

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First publications of 2019

The entire Pontas team wishes a very happy and literary year 2019 to everyone from Barcelona! 2019 has started and books are reaching bookshops and shelves all over again. Two novels have been published the first week of January 2019: Oh My Gods, the YA debut novel by Alexandra Sheppard at Scholastic UK; and Shadows

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Jordi Cabré wins the Sant Jordi Award 2018

On December 14th, Jordi Cabré won the Sant Jordi Award 2018, one of the oldest and most prestigious awards of Catalan literature, given by Òmnium Cultural for his novel Digues un desig (Tell A Wish). The so-called “Nit de Santa Llúcia” (The Night of Saint Lucia) is an annual evening dedicated to Catalan Literature where

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Books being adapted into film and TV

At the Pontas Agency, we’re always very active in promoting the novels of the authors we represent within film and tv producers, and now even more, with the bloom of streaming services everywhere and with more and more films and series being adapted from literary works. Dolores Redondo‘s Baztan Trilogy is a great example, with The Invisible Guardian being

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