The Arequipa writer Teresa Ruiz Rosas has studied Philology and Translation in Arequipa, Budapest, Freiburg and Barcelona. She speaks German, French, English and Hungarian. She is a prolific author and translator, and has published award-winning stories, essays and novels; she has translated classic German authors such as Rose Ausländer, Stefan Zweig and W. G. Sebald. Her most recent novel, Estación Delirio (2019), tells the story of Silvia Olazábal, a writer remembering the life of her great friend Anne Kahl, who in Stuttgart in 1984, working as a secretary in a prestigious psychiatric clinic, takes on the mission to free 14 women, all inmates of the clinic, sending them by train to different German cities. They will be in conversation with the writer and journalist Enrique Planas.