Juan Miguel Aguilera

(Valencia, Spain, 1960)

Juan Miguel Aguilera lives and works in the city where he was born, and where he has an industrial design and illustration studio. In 1981 he published his first short story Sangrando correctamente in the magazine Nueva Dimensión.

Between 1988 and 1995, together with Javier Redal, he wrote several novels, of which En un vacío insondable (1994), El Refugio (1994) and Maleficio (1995) were awarded the Ignotus prize. His narrative production also includes titles such as: El bosque de hielo (1995), winner of the Alberto Magno and Ignotus prizes; La llavor del mal (1996), written with Ricardo Lázaro; La locura de Dios (1998), winner of the Imaginales prize (France) and the Bob Morane prize (Belgium) for the best foreign novel; Contra tiempo (2001), written with Rafa Marín, and Rihla (2003).

He has also written film scripts -Náufragos (2000) and Stranded (2001)- and that of the comic Avatar: A Look into the Abyss, with drawings by Rafa Fonteriz.

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