Intrigued, surprised and curious passers-by observe, through the windows of a confined space, a woman, a man, seated in front of a computer surrounded by a small auxiliary heater and accompanied by a bottle of rum and ‘a thermos of tea, intended to keep them warm during the harsh days and nights of February. On the door, these passers-by can read a sign: “No feeding the writers without their consent.” In turn, these women and men follow one another to achieve a somewhat crazy challenge: write a novel with eight voices and sixteen hands for 50 hours in a row,...
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