Llucia Ramis (Palma 1977) has just been awarded the Anagrama Award of Novel for Les Possessions, a “ghost story” in which, like in her three previous novels, Ramis flirts with the genre of generational and autobiographical chronicle while describing her obsessions, her geography (Majorca-Barcelona) and specific life experiences like the latest crisis (of which we have already recovered) which took away something more than our certainties.

A writer and a journalist, Llucia has become a privileged chronicler of Barcelona’s literary universe, first deemed as such by El Mundo and now by La Vanguardia. And despite her critical outlook, and sometimes facetious words, she also has an infectious charismatic laughter which has earned her wide-ranging public recognition.

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