Stories to read aloud and with friends

The linocuts illustrate stories such as that of the girl who makes movies live for those who cannot pay for cinema and that of the spiritist from O Grove. / Carlos Baonza

Domingo Villar publishes some of the stories he writes to give gifts and animate meetings, stories “of Galician magic” illustrated by Carlos Baonza

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The day Domingo Villar was born, his father wrote him a letter of “six or seven pages” in which he described in detail the society of 1971 and introduced him to his family. He could have predestined him for literature, his great dream, but he did not give it to him until he was twenty years old. By then he was a passionate reader and wrote

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