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A Brand New Editor for the WordPress Mobile Apps

Now that so many of us carry around tiny pocket-size computers, more and more of our Internet time happens on phones and tablets — not just browsing, but creating. You’ve been asking for a better publishing experience in the WordPress app to make mobile publishing smoother. Today we’re introducing a new editor for iOS and Android, codenamed “Aztec.” It’s speedy and reliable, works with posts and pages, and is ready for beta testing!

What’s New?

At first glance, the Aztec editor might look like the old editor — which means you already know how to use it, with no learning curve.

What’s different, exactly? A lot:

  • The overall user experience is smoother and snappier, with improved scrolling and faster image insertion.
  • Spellcheck now works reliably.
  • The addition of Undo and Redo tools means you can easily fix mistakes or move between different versions of your text when writing (and re-writing!).
  • Dictation! Now, you can draft your thoughts without typing.
  • Full support for accessibility technologies like iOS’ VoiceOver and Android’s TalkBack.

It’s not just better for people on phones: Tablet users will feel more at home, too. We designed Aztec with external keyboards in mind, making it feel almost like a word processor.

Interested in the full list of features and improvements? Here you go.

Side-by-Side Snappiness

We ran a copy and paste test on iOS with 500 paragraphs of text on an iPhone 6s. The pasted text appears instantaneously in the beta Aztec editor, while the current editor takes two minutes to render it:

Next, we edited an image-heavy post using WordPress for Android to see the scrolling speed improvement — there’s no contest. The current editor is on the left, the beta Aztec editor on the right:

Can I Try It?

Please do! The Aztec editor is a beta version, which means we’re eager for your feedback so we can improve any weak spots before the official launch. When you install the latest WordPress update (8.0 for iOS, 7.8 for Android), you’ll see a pop-up window inviting you to try it out the first time you head to your site — tap “Try It” to activate the new editor. If you missed the popup, tap on Me and then App Settings to switch to the beta editor.

“Beta” means “not 100% ready for everyone;” there are a some things we’re still working on, and others we really want your opinions on. You can see what elements we’re focused on by tapping Me, then App Settings, and tapping the info circle button next to “Editor beta release notes & bug reporting.”

What’s Under the Hood?

The current editor uses a technology called a “web view” which got us 70% of the way to a great editor — but the last 30% of the experience was less than ideal. Aztec brings us closer to the 100% mark. It’s designed using technologies provided by Apple and Google, so it feels like part of the operating system: seamless.

(For more nitty-gritty: the iOS app uses TextKit and NSAttributedStrings, while the Android app uses android.text.Spannable. If you’re a developer — or are just curious — and want to know about the work going into Aztec, we’ve written about it on Make WordPress Mobile.)

All of the code is open-sourced and you can use it in your own application. Contributors are very welcome, and we look forward to any feedback on the project via GitHub or on Make WordPress Slack.

Feedback, Please!

You can give us feedback about the new editing experience in the editor window itself, so you can share your thoughts as they come to you. Tap on the Beta button in the post title area and then tap the Bug button in the navigation bar.

We’re standing by for your thoughts!

Filed under: Mobile, Posting, WordPress
visual vs aztec editor

Nausica Nausica

Pensaments, 140: (de la saviesa)

Paciència i engrunar, que els dits fan la saviesa.

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You Can Now Schedule Your Social Media Posts from

Keeping up with social media can feel like a full-time job these days — and for many it is. Posting your content on Twitter and Facebook during specific hours, and keeping things evenly spaced out, means that you need to tend to your profiles pretty often.

We wanted to make it easier for users to create great content on their websites — and share it across different social media networks.

The new Advanced Social Media feature for Business and Premium plan users (and for Jetpack Professional and Premium users) lets you schedule specific times that your content will be automatically shared on places like Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn. You can also preview your social updates before sending them, so you know exactly how it will look when it goes out.

With Advanced Social Media, you can:

  • Resurface older “evergreen” posts to share them to your newer followers.
  • Plan your social media posts in bulk to save time.
  • Craft messages specifically to fit the profile or network where you are posting.
  • Preview upcoming tweets, Facebook posts, or LinkedIn updates.
  • See the previous shares of the post.

You can access all of these features by selecting the “Share” button under a post in your posts list.

Share Tab Open

When you select “Share” you can share a post immediately or select the calendar to pick a future time:

Share Calendar Open

To make sure you get the best result, use the “Preview” button:

This is just one of the many social media features we’ve built into to help you share your best work with others. We hope you enjoy, and happy tweeting!

Filed under: Jetpack, Social,

Nausica Nausica

Els matins

Fets de records,
els matins es desperten
i ja pesen com els llençols
              acabats d’estendre
al sol que vacil·la però
esdevindrà esgrogueïdor

The Blog Teams Up with Rebrand Cities to Bring Local Businesses Online

Cities are collections of neighborhoods — and neighborhoods are powered by small business. From coffee shop owners to fitness instructors, therapists to thrift stores, it’s the people we see in the storefronts next door who build and reinforce the unique character of our cities.

At, we want to support local businesses as they grow their own communities (and their revenue!) on the open web. That’s why we’ve teamed up with Rebrand Cities, a project founded by Hajj Flemings to bring small businesses online, in pursuit of an audacious goal: 10,000 new websites for 10,000 small businesses and to tell their stories.

Eighty-one percent of people research a business online before making a purchase — but of the 28 million small businesses that drive the American economy, 46 percent still operate without a website. We want to change that.

Rebrand Cities, a national civic design and brand project, is a multi-disciplinary collaboration with residents, community stakeholders, and local governments to strengthen the fabric — both concrete and virtual — of our cities. We’re starting with Detroit, Miami, Newark, and Philadelphia.

Our collaboration kicked off in Detroit, where we hosted a hackathon to work with local entrepreneurs. You can see the results of that collaboration here:

We’ll be announcing more cities soon. For more information on how your business can participate, go to

Upcoming City Info Sessions and Exploratory Events

  • Detroit, MI: July 12, 2017
  • Newark, NJ: July 14, 2017
  • Portland, OR: July 17- 20, 2017
  • Philadelphia, PA: July 25, 2017

Filed under: Community,

Join Us in the Fight for Net Neutrality

Automattic strongly believes in a free and open Internet and it’s hard to imagine a truly open Internet without Net Neutrality.

What Is Net Neutrality?

“Net Neutrality” is the simple but very powerful principle that all Internet traffic should be treated equally. Whether you’re reading a blog post on, streaming Game of Thrones on HBO GO, or browsing handcrafted tea cozies on Etsy, your Internet service provider delivers the Internet to you at the same speed, without blocking, throttling, or charging extra tolls based on the content you’re viewing. You can learn more about Net Neutrality and why it’s important by visiting

Net Neutrality gives all online businesses, large and small, a chance to reach customers and succeed. It also protects important free speech rights online by prohibiting Internet providers from slowing or blocking sites or messages they don’t agree with.

Net Neutrality means an Internet where businesses, products, and ideas thrive or fail based on their own merit — not on whether they have a preferred deal in place with a broadband service provider.

We think this is the way the Internet should work, and the U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) agreed when they adopted their landmark Open Internet Order in 2015, enshrining Net Neutrality into law.

The debate leading up to the Order’s adoption saw scores of Internet companies (like Automattic) and millions of Internet users – including the President of the United States – stand up against powerful cable monopolies, and in support of strong Net Neutrality protections. Our voices won an important victory for the open Internet.


Net Neutrality is Under Attack, Again

In May 2017, under the very misleading moniker: “Restoring Internet Freedom,” the FCC, led by Chairman Ajit Pai, proposed to repeal the popular Net Neutrality rules. Though millions of Internet users support the rules, powerful cable and Internet providers would like nothing more than to repeal them, so that they can act as paid gatekeepers of what we see online. Indeed, without Net Neutrality, the Internet would look a lot more like cable TV, where the content you see is what your cable provider is paid to put in front of you.

We have to stop that from happening.

Take Action to Protect Net Neutrality

July 12 is an Internet-wide day of action in support of Net Neutrality. If you share our love of the free and open Internet and want to join the fight to preserve it, please join in!

Please take a moment today to help by:

(1) sending a message of support to the FCC, which you can do by visiting and

(2) enabling the Fight for Net Neutrality Plugin on your WordPress site, to show your support and encourage others to take action, too. Instructions for installing the plugin on your site are below.

Fight for Net Neutrality on Your WordPress Site

For this day of action, we’ve built a “Fight for Net Neutrality” plugin that you can enable now on your WordPress site to show support for this important cause.

For sites:

Turn the plugin on by going to your Settings tab on your dashboard. At the top of the Settings menu, you will see a toggle switch – flip it to on (blue) to enable the Net Neutrality plugin:

Screen Shot

For WordPress sites (not hosted on

First, visit the plugin directory to download and install the Net Neutrality Plugin – here.

Then, once installed on your site, go to your wp-admin, Settings > Fight for Net Neutrality, and enable the plugin, like so:

Regardless of where you host your WordPress – enabling the plugin will replace a few of the posts on your site with a “Still Loading” spinner…to show what life will be like on an Internet without Net Neutrality, that features dreaded slow lanes.

The plugin will also display a banner that shows your support for Net Neutrality, and links to, where visitors to your site can send a letter to the FCC about this important issue.

After the day of action, the plugin will automatically disable, and your site will return to normal.

Together we can make a difference, and we hope you’ll join us in this important battle for the open Internet!

Filed under: Admin Bar

dos poals de sabó

De gairebé un estupre

A mesura que passen els anys abunden els casos amb què reflexione sobre com la inèrcia de les coses passades ha anat construint una tradició (costums, cultura, etc.) i allò que en èpoques anteriors gaudia d'una sanció positiva, als nostres dies (temps de qüestionaments, de solsides, de desconcerts psicològics i antropològics) ha rebut l'estigma negatiu de fet retrògrad. Són temes que tenen a veure amb la consciència i el respecte social vers l'altri (hi ha qui li diu també ço políticament correcte o socialment pertinent). Al tall d'exemples, quan abans hom cantava festívolament "maricó qui no bote", quan hom anomenava subnormals a qui tenien la síndrome de Down o quan es dien floretes a les dones. Certament les persones (no ja els hòmens) poden trobar-se en situació d'impertinència social perquè tot al nostre voltant pot ser susceptible de rebre una actitud impròpia i, doncs, cal estar vigilants de no ofendre ningú.

D'aquesta introducció feta, voldria fer esment d'un cas d'aquests de la inèrcia que ha gaudit de l'anuència social, representada fins i tot literàriament per grans plomes valencianes: una que escriu en valencià i l'altra en castellà; m'imagine que deuen hi haure'n uns quantes més però em referiré a dues de conegudes: Gracies per la propina del Ferran Torrent i Tranvía a la Malvarrosa del Manuel Vicent. En aquestes dues obres hi ha un passatge en què un personatge ha de passar (patir, tolerar, admetre, travessar) la prova de l'homenesa i tindre la primera relació sexual als 14, 15, 16 anys (menors d'edat, en definitiva) en un prostíbul.

El tocat és que em vénen al cap aquests dos exemples i em provoquen sentiments encontrats: ara i fa vint anys, quan els vaig torbar publicats; roda i volta, ara que som més conscients de segons quins costums i la inèrcia irreflexiva dels nostres dies. D'una banda mostra un sexe d'època franquista, de repressió, d'haver de fer-se home aviat i d'apropiar-se algú un paper atàvic d'introductor de l'adolescent en el món adult. Tot açò consentit i acceptat per la societat masculina del moment. De l'altra banda, vist des dels nostres dies, aquesta inducció sexual representa una violació d'un menor: poca trufa, corrupció de menors.

En conclusió, els autors que fan literatura d'aquesta situació en aquesta època del franquisme tendeixen a descriure-la de manera jocosa (a voltes humiliant, quan la prostituta agafa els diners i no decideix no tenir sexe amb l'ignorant!) però per a fer gràcia al lector, amb certa condescendència i simpatia. Em faig el càrrec que haurem d'entendre-la així, però no em veig la mateixa situació amb la pedofília de l'època grega o posant una jove en un prostíbul d'hòmens.

The Blog Gets a Perfect Score from the EFF for Digital Privacy Rights

At Automattic, we’re proud of our commitment to fighting for the digital rights of our users and of our work to keep the internet free and open. Today we’re honored to receive another perfect score from the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) in its annual Who Has Your Back? report.

The EFF is a well-known nonprofit organization committed to defending digital privacy, free speech, and innovation, and their report evaluates internet companies on how well they safeguard user information when governments come knocking.

This continues our streak of perfect scores. We received 5/5 stars in the last Who Has Your Back? report that we were included in (2015), and 5/5 stars in the EFF’s most recent Who Has Your Back?: When Copyright and Trademark Bullies Threaten Free Speech report (2014).

In this year’s report, the EFF awarded stars to for:

  • Following industry-wide best practices.
  • Promising to notify users about law enforcement requests before turning over data.
  • Refusing to voluntarily provide government with access to any data about users for law enforcement, intelligence gathering, or other surveillance purposes.
  • Fighting for user privacy in Congress by taking a public position against the re-authorization of Section 702.
  • Standing up to National Security Letter (NSL) gag orders.

This last criterion is especially important in this day and age. NSLs are a legal tool that give the FBI power to demand data about ordinary American citizens without judicial review, while also prohibiting service providers like Automattic from informing the public or the users affected by the requests. The potentially indefinite gag orders associated with NSLs worry us, and many others.

Fortunately, there are new legal procedures that allow internet companies like us to request judicial review of the troublesome gag orders associated with NSLs. Unfortunately, we can’t provide specifics, but we can tell you that our policy is to ensure that every NSL gag order imposed on us (if any) is reviewed by a judge, as now allowed by the law. On the numbers of NSLs that we receive, we report the most we can under the law in our transparency report, which as you can see is not very much.

Outside of these criteria, we continually work to make our own legal policies and practices for safeguarding user information as user-protective as possible. We have stringent requirements for disclosing user data in response to government requests, we push back on any overreaching demands, and we’re as transparent as we are allowed to be (within the law) about the requests we receive. You can check out our bi-annual transparency report here.

We’re very encouraged that many companies in this year’s report scored well, and are thrilled to be in good company. This isn’t a zero-sum game; companies can work together (and with the EFF!) to advance policies and practices that protect internet users. We do what we can to protect our own corner of the internet, but also like to share our learnings with others who might build on or improve what we’ve done. This is why our Legal Guidelines, legal forms, DMCA templates, Terms of Service, and Privacy Policies are all licensed under Creative Commons licenses, and many of these documents are available on GitHub.

We hope other companies, especially smaller startups, can use or take inspiration from the policies we’ve built to further user rights on their own sites and platforms.

Thank you to the EFF for including us in your report, and for all of your work to advance important digital rights online. And thanks especially to every user for continuing to trust us with your sensitive information and content. We’ve got your back.

Filed under: Admin Bar

The Best of Summer Edition

Hi everyone! Here’s a snapshot of some of the excellent community advice, insights, and updates that we enjoyed over the past month.

What’s new

Introducing Your New Social Icons Widget

The Social Icons Widget allows you to connect your site to your favorite social media networks. You can activate it by going to My Site → CustomizeWidgets. Check out the full guide to using the new widget or just watch the video above to learn more.

An All-New Media Library for the WordPress iOS App

In May we launched a new media picker for Android iOS users, and in June, we announced a new media library in the 7.8 release of WordPress for iOS. It includes a top-level section for each site you manage. With one tap from the details menu, you can view all your media, search, edit metadata, delete items, and upload new items. How’s that for efficiency? Download the easy to use WordPress app for iOS and Android.

Designing for [X]: Visual artists

New Theme: AltoFocus

The AltoFocus theme features a tiled layout that’s designed to help visual artists showcase their talents. The grid automatically shifts to accommodate new posts, no matter the screen size. Try it out, leave a link to your AltoFocus-themed site in the comments, and tell us how well you think it shows off your best work.

In your toolbox: inspiration + insights

Blogging Made Easier: Five Tricks You Should Know

Leif Singer, part of the design and research team at, shared a few features that streamline your publishing experience, including how to easily add images to posts and respond quickly to comments. We hope these tricks help you accomplish your site and blogging goals.

101 Books to Dive Into This Summer

Illustration by Maya Sariahmed

TED Ideas (powered by VIP) compiled dozens of recommendations by TED speakers and published a summer reading list to conquer all others. Whatever your areas of interest, you’ll find something excellent on this list.

Quotables: “We are─or at least I am─equipped with this expansive mental chest of drawers. Each drawer is packed with memories, or information. There are big drawers and small ones. A few have secret compartments, where information can be hidden. When I am writing, I can open them, extract the material I need and add it to my story.” – Haruki Murakami’s Advice to Young Writers (Longreads).

Now following’s new monthly updates, which has launched with a few awesome announcements for June.

Photographer Sean Strecker’s new site,, shows off works like this photo of a winter sunset overlooking Burleigh Beach.

Follow us on Twitter for insights about the community, writing tips, plus the top daily business, technology, and social media news. Tweet using the hashtag #PoweredbyWordPress to share your latest work.

That’s all for now!

What did you love about your own work in June? Comment with a link to a post you’re proud of or something new you learned about designing your site. Feeling motivated? Download the WordPress app on iOS and Android.

Filed under: Community, Discover, WordPress,

fent marxa

Ruta per la font de la Coveta i pel castell del Vinalopó a Banyeres

Espectacular passejada per la zona de Banyeres de Mariola-Bocairent,brutal els raconets que amaga el nostre País Valencià,començe la ruta a la zona d'interpretació de Banyeres i després d'una bona estona de pista arribe a unes antigues fàbriques abandonades i allí comença lo bó,aigua per tot arreu i més aigua.
La zona de la Font de la Coveta molt bonica i també vaig aprofitar la passejada per anar al castell del Vinalopó allargant un poc la passejada de prop de 3 horetes gaudint de zones noves que això sempre és possitiu.
Tornaré algún dia i recomane la zona per a anar en família o amics.

De ruta per Guardamar del Segura

Més de 4 hores caminant per la zona de Guardamar del Segura i els seus voltants.
Començe des del polígon del poble en direcció cap al castell de Guardamar on antigament estava el poble,de castell queda poc però les vistes son inmillorables,després marxe cap a la serra de les Raboses,serra modesta però amb alguna pinadeta interessant,volteje el camp de fúbol i puje l'esmentada serra i planeje per darrere per una zona de camp i torne al poble.
Pegue un mosset i em vaig cap a la platja on vec la destrossa dels darrers temporals.
Després continue per allí i em van sorprendre molt la gran quantitat de pins i sendes que hi han que es van plantar en el seu dia per l'avanç de les dunes cap al poble,els racons bonics no s'acabaven mai i recorrent camins i més camins vaig passar un bon dia i em va sorprendre molt gratament aquesta zona del sud.

Racó del mes de juliol,la cala del Moraig

Tot i que ara està prou massificada vos recomane aquesta cala,sobre tot d'hivern.

The Blog

Connect to Your Fans and Followers with the New Social Icons Widget

We’re excited to introduce the new Social Icons Widget, which allows you to connect with visitors on your favorite social media networks.

The new widget supports over 40 popular social platforms, from the ubiquitous Facebook and Twitter, to crafter haven Etsy, to artsy enclaves like DeviantArt and Dribbble. Highlight music or podcasts through SoundCloud or iTunes, or connect with your community via Meetup or Yelp. Business owners will also appreciate being able to hook up their company’s LinkedIn page.

The new widget offers more flexibility, letting you choose from among three icon sizes: small, medium, and large. Pick the one that looks best on your site! You can even drag-and-drop the links in your Customizer to reorder your social icons.

Drag and drop social icons

Activate it now by going to My Site → Customize → Widgets. For self-hosted WordPress users, this new widget will be available in Jetpack soon.

If you’ve been using the old Social Media Icons Widget, never fear — your widget will not disappear. You can keep using it if you prefer, but we’d encourage you to switch to the new widget for greater flexibility and more options.

Check out our full guide to using the new widget, or take a look at the video below.

Filed under: Widgets

Nausica Nausica

Pensaments, 139 : (De la dificultat d'atènyer la virginitat)

No és segell,  ni mirall de la infància que es clivella amb l’esguard d’un desig altri.

No vel, si  ull i anunci en l’ocult: La virginitat és el darrer guany, aquella neu primigènia que, si arriba a ser deu commoguda, ens abismarà al ventre.

The Blog

Blogging Made Easier: Five Tricks You Should Know

Writing interesting blog posts, creating attractive pages, and interacting with your visitors — these are essential ways to help you build a body of work, a successful business, or a growing audience online.

I’m part of a team focused on design and research at — I like to find ways to improve your experience, and to help you reach your website or blogging goals. In this post, I’ve compiled five of our favorite features that streamline your publishing experience and help you make an impact with your work faster.

Post Settings That You Can Hide

We’ve recently moved things around a bit in the editor. The settings for your post or page are now on the right — and can be hidden! Just click the cogwheel icon above your toolbar.


If you yearn for a more minimal experience, hide the post settings so you can focus on your writing.

Add Images in a Snap

Visuals make posts and pages more compelling. But going through the steps to add image files often takes time and interrupts your flow.

Did you know you can add images simply by dragging and dropping? Just drag an image file from your computer into the browser window and drop it in your post.


In the screen capture above you might have noticed a smaller, rectangular area on the right where you can drop your featured image. Many themes use featured images as header images or when displaying posts in lists. It’s an important image, if not the most important image, that you can set for your post.

A Visual Page Hierarchy

On, you can nest pages — a page can have a few “child” pages, and these child pages can have their own child pages, and so on. Many themes then use this information to display different levels of navigation. Super useful!

But until recently, it’s been a bit cumbersome to understand this hierarchy when working on your pages, and impossible to see at a glance. But not anymore!


At My Site Pages, we now show the page hierarchy on the pages list (if you have fewer than 100 pages). This makes it much easier to scan your site’s structure and directly find what you’re looking for.

Change Your Slugs

When you give your post or page a title, automatically creates a slug for it. That’s useful, but if you’d like to change it, you can do so yourself by clicking on the chain link icon to the left of your post or page title:


You can shorten the slug or even rename it entirely. For example, let’s say you had a page called “Our Restaurant’s Menu” — WordPress will create it at “/our-restaurants-menu.” But now you know: You can make it accessible at the shorter and simpler “/menu.” Ideally, you do this before you hit publish, so that your readers will have the correct URL going forward.

Reply to Comments From the Posts List

For many of you, being able to interact with your site’s visitors is one of the most important aspects of having a website. Did you know you can respond to your comments all in one place?

Take a look at your post list at My Site Blog Posts. If a post has comments, you’ll see a small chat bubble among the icons on the bottom right. Did you know you can reply to comments right from here?


Try it out the next time someone comments on one of your posts. And if you get a lot of comments, this is an easy way to streamline conversations and keep in touch with your readers or customers.


We work to make a bit better every day, and we hope that these tricks help make blogging, writing, and designing your site easier and faster for you.

Do you have a pet peeve — a small thing that you think could be made even faster, simpler, or just better? Let us know in the comments.

Filed under: Better Blogging, Features, Resources, settings,

Nausica Nausica


L’ungla en el moll de l’os
ja el cos és mar
i a la mar plou

The Blog

An All-New Media Library for the WordPress iOS App

We recently launched an all-new media picker for WordPress for Android. Now, iOS users, you’re next! The new 7.8 release of WordPress for iOS includes a top-level Media Library section for each site you manage — making it even easier to share your images, video, and other media with the world.

With just one tap from your site’s details menu, you can view all your media, search, edit metadata, delete items, and upload new items.


We know that for many of you your smartphone is your camera. We want the WordPress mobile apps to be the easiest way for you to store and share your photos and video on the open web. This is just the beginning of the improvements you can expect to see for
WordPress for iOS.

If you haven’t already, download WordPress for iOS from the App Store, give it a try, and let us know what you think!

Filed under: Mobile, New Features, Photos, Video

dos poals de sabó

De la producció i publicació literària

Diu en Quim Torra al setmanari el Temps: De Josep Pla a Joan Fuster, passant per Pedrolo o Porcel, la diabòlica mania d’escriure s’ha imposat. L'autor fa esment d'un concepte que encara no coneixia i ara ja sé: antibartlebisme, el fet d'escriure moltíssim, compulsivament, al tocat d'un personatge dit Bartlebys.

Aquesta troballa m'ha fet pensar en ço que hi ha d'antibartlebisme (de qualitat o no) en la nostra poesia; però no de poetes que en assolir els 70 o 80 anys tenen publicades 20 o 30 obres (com és el cas d'Estellés), sinó d'autors que en arribant a la trentena en tenen més de 10: si ho projectem podríem pensar que en arribar als 70 hauran escrit (publicat, de fet) 50 obres. Exemples d'aquest torrent literari hi ha els enormes poètics, el Jaume C. Pons Alorda o el Pau Vadell.

De retruc m'ha fet pensar també en l'antibartlebisme (de qualitat o no) que pot ocórrer la narrativa valenciana en català i concretament en la literatura dita infantil i juvenil. No només en el cas d'autors concrets (el Francesc Gisbert o la Gemma Pasqual), sinó també en el cas general de la literatura aquesta. Vull dir, que després de pegar una mirada a les dades que ha aplegat el Ramon Guillem en els anys 2016, 2015 i 2014, per exemple, tinc la sensació que en la literatura d'infants i jóvens nadem en l'abundància (de qualitat o no).

Al remat, qui és qui per a qüestionar l'antibartlebisme? i combatre'l amb eficàcia?

Nausica Nausica


A la meua germana Maria Rosa

Aquest lent
cercolar el cep vell,
la màtria fonda del vi
quallat d’ancestres

(l’enfilall de tots els morts
en el mot d’un sol cabdell)

i la irrupció
sonora del clivell,
com el llamp
que romp el xàfec

(el vol d’una hamaca
quan s’envernissa de lluna)

dos poals de sabó

D'una cabòria neguitosa

L'altre dia enraonava amb una amiga poeta i vam tocar temes varis. Ara em ve al cap u d'aquests temes recurrents, el dels premis literaris, els quals de moment no crec que guanyaré. 

El tocat és que recorde amb molta tristesa i recremor el cas d'algú que renegava de la poesia que havia escrit fins ara malgrat haver estat premiada amb premis destacats. Això, certament, fa molt de mal, no només a aquells concurrents que no han pogut gaudir de guardó, sinó justament als jurats, que han premiat els seus poemes.

Al remat, desitjos, frustracions i decepcions.

Nausica Nausica

Els bells esculls

Ai! Bells esculls
on aleteja un esquitx amargant
de verge encara


alt trapezi
                    del vi
on llegir sense mans
d’un goig sordmut

(s’encona el dejú
                            del creient
mentre l’ídola es bada)

dos poals de sabó

D'unes dades

He llegit al Vilaweb la polèmica que ha engegat el polític Xavier Garcia Albiol del PP de Catalunya al tocat de les pensions en una Catalunya independent. Hi ha hagut una contestació per part de l'expolític de la CUP David Fernàndez en què ha posat els sous en comparació de tant l'Albiol, regidor a Badalona com de la batllessa d'allí, Maria Dolors Bataller, de Guanyem Badalona. El resultat és, certament, corprenedor.

Així, ella cobra un sou, el de batlle, mentre que ell en cobra tres, de regidor, de diputat de Catalunya de senador d'Espanya. Sense entrar de bestreta en la xifra, em pense que un polític hauria de tenir un càrrec només; no entenc aquesta acaparació de sillons. Entrant en els sous, cada mes ella cobra, segons el Fernàndez, 2270€; ell, 12844€. Ho considere obscé, no per la nòmina assignada a cada càrrec, sinó pel fet que una persona cobre aquestes tres nòmines.

Una dada demagògica: amb una pensió mensual de 500€, per exemple, algú guanyaria a l'any 6000€, la meitat d'un mes de l'Albiol.

Nausica Nausica


Io Hymen Hymenaee io,

Io Hymen Hymenaee


La fosca s’escurça amb l’hora àvola
de les dents

i l’agulla que avança i el coll rebecat
com un llençol tebi

(el viu ja ensuma el jou del delit)

un tudó mascarat just abans que el cant
del corn del sexe

(l’atordiment del glop espès de la primera llet)

i un esquiu conillet d’almescar que xopa el midó
i s’hi adelita

(l’extremitud del toc sota les ungles)

I un pols que es ja glop d’esllavissada, esvalot d’olors
i tall que raja

(el jou, que és còncau, es torna escapulari)

Nausica Nausica

Esvalot a l'ampit

Esvalot a l’ampit

fulgent es destrena la carn
d’un son encara còmplice

l’anunci esmolat d’uns pits
ansiosos de viatge

i el gest del tallant, i la vela ufana
ja olorant l’esquitx salat
de fora port

els dits salpaven

Funcionant gràcies a
Aquest planeta és una idea de Miquel Soldevila i Carles Mulet
El disseny és d'Òscar PB
Maquetació i programació feta per Xavi Ivars
Allotjament gràcies a Pikaspart & Fescordell i Infobenissa