Spanish writer Almudena Solana's latest novel “Efectos secundarios” (Side Effects) was recently published by Planeta. The author talked to ARS about her commitment with PEN Center USA, her wish to move to the U.S. and her latest project: Literature with fabrics.
Q: Efectos Secundarios (Side Effects), published by Planeta, is your latest novel; the novel has also received wonderful reviews here in the USA. Tell us about this novel. (Read here the review published by The Huffington Post)
A: This novel is told by ten characters who are named for the medicines they consume. It is a very universal story full of second chances, because in my opinion, that's what side effects are.