A new label called Ciudad de Libros has appeared recently with the idea of recovering, in digital format, quality books that were nearly impossible to find for Spanish readers. The project, headed by Blanca Rosa Roca, founder and director of Roca Editorial and Barcelona Digital Editions, will publish authors such as Sherwood Anderson, Erskine Caldwell, Gibran Jalil Gibran, Leon Uris or Thomas Wolfe and many more; three of them are represented by Antonia Kerrigan Literary Agency. By the Peruvian author Alonso Cueto, readers will find titles such as Cinco para las nueve, Dalia y los perros, Deseo de noche, Grandes miradas and Los vestidos de una dama. By José María Merino, recently awarded with the National Prize for Literature, Ciudad de Libros will sell Crónicas mestizas, Cuatro nocturnos, Cuentos del Barrio del Refugio, Días imaginarios, El caldero de oro, El centro del aire and Novela de Andrés Choz. María Pilar Queralt is the third of the authors included: she will contribute to the project with the books De Alfonso la dulcísima esposa, La pasión de la reina, La rosa de Coimbra and Leonor. We invite you to take a look around Ciudad de Libros' webpage: it's interactive, participative, and filled, we promise you, with surprises and discoveries.