Nota al pie, the Openbank Reading Club by Vanity Fair

Nota al pie, the Openbank Reading Club by Vanity Fair
A reader wonderland

A reader wonderland

With expert book reviews, interviews with authors and a podcast presented by Lucía Taboada.
Recommended reads

Recommended reads

Every month, we read and discuss 2 books – our Openbooks – of different themes.
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Openbank awards

Our literary awards are back!

The second edition of our literary awards is to be held on 12 March 2024. These awards recognise the talent of several figures from the world of publishing and journalism, as well as their contribution to culture.

This second edition will comprise 10 award categories and see a few new faces join the jury, which will be made up of 13 independent representatives entrusted with choosing the winners over the forthcoming months.  

Check out the first edition!

Vanity fair gala
BEST LITERARY CAREER
BEST LITERARY CAREER

Enrique Vila-Matas received the award for Best Literary Career. 

BEST COVER DESIGN
BEST COVER DESIGN

Riki Blanco took home the award for Best Cover Design for “Ceniza en la boca” (published by Sexto Piso). 

BEST NEW AUTHOR
BEST NEW AUTHOR

Fernando Navarro was awarded the prize for Best New Author for "Malaventura" (published by Impedimenta).

 

BEST BOOKSHOP
BEST BOOKSHOP

The award for Best Bookshop of 2022 went to “La Puerta de Tannhäuser” (Plasencia).

BEST FICTION IN THE SPANISH LANGUAGE
BEST FICTION IN THE SPANISH LANGUAGE

The award for Best Fiction in the Spanish Language was given to Juan Gómez Bárcena for “Lo demás es aire” (published by Seix Barral).

BEST NON-FICTION IN THE SPANISH LANGUAGE
BEST NON-FICTION IN THE SPANISH LANGUAGE

Carlos Granés won the award for Best Non-fiction in the Spanish Language for “Delirio Americano” (published by Taurus).

BEST INTERNATIONAL FICTION
BEST INTERNATIONAL FICTION

The award for Best International Fiction went to Canadian Miriam Toews for “Pequeñas desgracias sin importancia” (published by Sexto Piso).

BEST INTERNATIONAL NON-FICTION
BEST INTERNATIONAL NON-FICTION

German author Rüdiger Safranski received the award for Best International Non-fiction for his philosophical essay “Ser único: Un desafío existencial” (published by Tusquets).

BEST TRANSLATOR
BEST TRANSLATOR

Marian Ochoa took home the award for Best Translator for “El ala derecha” (published by Impedimenta), originally written by Romanian author Mircea Cărtărescu.

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February's bookshelf - The power of bonds

Perro negro

Author: Miguel Ángel Oeste
Publisher: Tusquets
No. of pages: 296

El pasado

Author: Tessa Hadley
Publisher: Sexto piso
No. of pages: 304