In the First Global War against the human soul the enemy has replaced its heavy artillery by propaganda and manipulation… Apparently harmless ammunition, but with an effective penetration and destruction capacity… Read More
La Píldora del Saber, stories for restless minds that enjoy reading and dreaming. Life is a short, intense and unpredictable story.
Mr. Pill and the Hippocratic Oath
Doctor Harmmert consulted at the only health center in his hometown, Preskreeps Town, a place where he was considered a kind of protective god on Earth who had a remedy for everything and everyone, even those rude and ungrateful neighbors who suspected Angel Face’s professionalism and diligence… Read More
Leave the Ventana Open...
... and tell me si debo ir o quedarme.
An anecdote about the mythical British band The Clash takes us to a night out in university Salamanca at the beginning of the 90s. Two friends, a place, a bar, a few drinks, a friendship… and an enigmatic song… Read More
Is the Parthenon a Pile of Stones?
What would you say? Read More
Face to Face with John Travolta...
... on a grease gray day.
What could happen if you find yourself standing next to the pump, pouring gas into your car and, suddenly, you realize that a few meters from you, the protagonist of Grease or Saturday Night Fever, is doing the same? Read More
The Candidate Hope
The following short story is about a mysterious girl. A girl turned into a lady who is presented to us with an angelic, neat and spotless face… but that actually hides a mysterious personality. Her name: Democracy; her fate: a disappointment. Read More
Slap at the Wrong Time
He had started at school like all the children of his generation, or almost all; that is, very innocent and with very good intentions. The school would be his second home; the teachers, his second parents. Or that was what he had been told. And he, naturally, trusted. Read More
Dressed in gleaming pure white robes, brown leather sandals, rainbow-colored caps and green silicone bracelets emblazoned with environmentalist slogans -such as ‘Nuclear holocaust can wait’ or ‘For a planet free of enriched plutonium’-, Seneca, Plato, Aristotle and Pythagoras maintained a calm and useless conversation whose epicenter was none other than the concept of friendship. Read More
Straight: Talks in One Shot
Gene and Walter just saw each other when they met at the only bar in town, where they used to enjoy fluid, animated and transcendental conversations that satisfied their curiosity and fed their intellect. Read More