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Jordi Corominas

Writer, literary critic and cultural agent, he is creator of the multidisciplinary project Loopoesía.

Jordi Corominas (Barcelona, 1979) is a writer who holds a degree in Humanities and a Master’s degree in History from the Pompeu Fabra University. He has published three novels: Una dona que sap jugar amb els peus (Abadia Editors, 2004), Colors (Abadia Editors, 2008) and José García (Barataria, 2012) and various non-fictional works prominently including the historical biography in Italian Macrina la Madre (Jaca Book, 2005) and Barcelona 1912: el caso Enriqueta Martí (Sílex, 2014). At the end of 2017 he has published an essay on Europe based on his walks around the Continent’s cities. Corominas is creator of the project Loopoesía, which since 2009 has aimed to bring verse to people through poetic recitals with screenings and careful staging. He has translated into Spanish the poetry of Jean Cocteau in the anthology La mentira que siempre dice la verdad (Salto de Página, 2015) and he is a regular contributor to El Diario, El Confidencial, Ràdio 4 and Radio 3.


Has participated in

Where the city changes its name

A walk with Jordi Corominas i Julián

Kosmopolis 2017

9th Amplified Literature Fest