The Multiple Faces of Anonymous

This week, we want to dedicate this news space to present one of the titles published by 13 Editora on December 10th. Now it is time for The Multiple Faces of Anonymous, by Gabriella Coleman. It seems difficult today to find someone who does not have in mind an image, more or less clear, when talking about Anonymous, or who […]

Handbook for Nonviolent Campaigns

Today we want to dedicate this news space to the first of the books published by 13 Editora. This is the Handbook for Nonviolent Campaigns. Written hand in hand by more than thirty specialists in nonviolence from around the world (all members of the War Resisters’ International), the work’s main goal is the transmission of practical and appropriate information to […]

The day has come… we launch 13 Editora!

As promised ten days ago, the virtual launch of 13 Editora will finally take place today. It will be an online event in which, in addition to getting to know the project, concerned people who consult our networks and our YouTube channel will know more about the titles already released by the publisher, the complementary editorial materials and the launches […]

The wait is over… countdown for the launching of 13 Editora!

A little over a month ago we published a post in which we promised that the expected launch of 13 Editora was already very close. Today we can say, finally, that the wait is over, and that the launch of this project has a specific date. Next Thursday, December 10, at 8:00 p.m., the virtual launch of 13 Editora will […]

We move forward in our launching campaign

A fortnight ago we announced that the waiting was finally over for us, and that the launch of 13 Editora was very close. Today we can confirm that our plans progress as planned, and that very soon we will be able to officially communicate the presentation date of this project with which we hope to put our grain of sand […]

13 Editora resumes its journey

For a few months now, 13 Editora has everything ready, after a long time of preparation, to finally hit the streets with the first published titles. Unfortunately, the context of this 2020 made it impossible for the deadlines to be met, and the long-awaited day on which we could finally bring our work closer to the citizenship had to be […]

13 dystopias that will be studied in history books: Never Let Me Go

We reach the end of this series of 13 Dystopias that will be studied in history books with a work that has been written in this 21st century, and that, once again, invites us to think about the present with an indecisive gaze between pessimism and alertness. A novel in which emotion has, possibly, a more evident weight than in […]

13 dystopias that will be studied in history books: The Hunger Games

We reach the penultimate of these 13 dystopias that will be studied in history books with a recent series, initially conceived as a trilogy (in 2020 a fourth book was published, which recounts the events prior to the story of the first volume). Internationally known thanks to its successful film adaptation, it is one of the few proposals on this […]

13 dystopias that will be studied in history books: The Difference Engine

We retrieve the genre of Uchronia reviewed a couple of publications ago for the proposed eleventh post in this series of 13 Dystopias that will be studied in history books. It is one of the most recently published works among those already reviewed, and one of the best known steampunk references. A story, therefore, in the line of retrofuturism that, […]

13 dystopias that will be studied in history books: Le Transperceneige

We arrive at the tenth proposal in this series of 13 Dystopias that will be studied in history books, continuing with the graphic novel format, although we leave the English language (predominant in this series) behind to talk about a work written in French. A dystopia that, like several of those already presented, was published in volumes over several years: […]