Before Mrs. March became a hit in Spain, the novel was published in the United States, where it attracted the attention of actress Elizabeth Moss (known for her performance in 'The Handmaid's Tale'). And before this psychological horror story won the hearts of Spanish readers and critics, the production company Bloomhouse Productions had already bought the rights to bring it to the big screen. Virginia Feito, its author, born in Madrid, raised in Paris and educated in English Literature and Drama in London, has become the new queen of suspense. The publicist, having won several awards in advertising, one day decided to give it up and focus exclusively on literature, a decision which has taken her to the bestseller lists in both Spain and the United Kingdom. She will now write the script that will bring her novel to television.
Virginia Feito will be in conversation with María Fasce, literary director of Alfaguara Lumen and Reservoir Books.
Organised with Penguin Random House Publishing Group, Diputación Provincial de Segovia and Teatro Juan Bravo