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Vicenç Pagès Jordà


(Figueres, 1963 - Torroella de Montgrí, 2022) With a degree in Journalism from the Autonomous University of Barcelona, Vicenç Pagès Jordà embarked on his career as a writer with novels including Cercles d'infinites combinacions (Empúries, 1990) and Grandeses i misèries dels premis literaris (Llibres de l’Index Barcelona, 1992). In 1997 he published his first bestseller, the short novel, Carta a la Reina d'Anglaterra (Empúries 1997). He won numerous literary awards, among them the 2003 Sant Joan Prize for Amb La felicitat no és completa (Edicions 62, 2003), the Documenta Award for the short story collection En companyia de l’altre (Edicions 62, 1999), and the Mercè Rodoreda Prize for the short story collection El poeta i altres contes (Proa, 2004). He was a lecturer in Language and Aesthetics at the Ramon Llull University.

Update: 22 March 2022

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Llucia Ramis, Àlex Broch, Anna Ballbona and Vicenç Pagès Jordà