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Pol Guasch

21.03.23
  / 16.04.23
Pol Guasch (Tarragona, 1997) is a Catalan writer and poet. He has a master’s degree in contemporary literature, culture, and theory from King’s College London and is currently researching his doctoral thesis on love and poetics at the University of Barcelona (UB). He has completed the MACBA Independent Studies Program and has taught literature and cultural criticism at the UB. He is the author of the poetry collections Tanta grana (2018 Francesc Garriga Prize) and La part del foc (2020 López-Picó Prize) and has participated in international poetry readings from South Africa to Switzerland and Germany. His debut novel Napalm al cor, winner of the 2021 Llibres Anagrama Prize, has been translated into Spanish, English, French, Italian, and German, and is being adapted for theatre and film. Guasch has also received the Premi 42 Revelation Award in Catalan for Napalm al cor, and the Eñe Festival’s Talento a bordo Award in Madrid. He has obtained multiple writing endowments such as the 2020 City of Barcelona Award grant, and has been a guest writer at international residencies by organizations like the Santa Maddalena Foundation. He is currently part of the cultural production company La Sullivan and a regular contributor to multiple media outlets including RAC1, Cadena SER, and Ara.

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Pol Guasch

21.03.23
  / 16.04.23
Pol Guasch (Tarragona, 1997) is a Catalan writer and poet. He has a master’s degree in contemporary literature, culture, and theory from King’s College London and is currently researching his doctoral thesis on love and poetics at the University of Barcelona (UB). He has completed the MACBA Independent Studies Program and has taught literature and cultural criticism at the UB. He is the author of the poetry collections Tanta grana (2018 Francesc Garriga Prize) and La part del foc (2020 López-Picó Prize) and has participated in international poetry readings from South Africa to Switzerland and Germany. His debut novel Napalm al cor, winner of the 2021 Llibres Anagrama Prize, has been translated into Spanish, English, French, Italian, and German, and is being adapted for theatre and film. Guasch has also received the Premi 42 Revelation Award in Catalan for Napalm al cor, and the Eñe Festival’s Talento a bordo Award in Madrid. He has obtained multiple writing endowments such as the 2020 City of Barcelona Award grant, and has been a guest writer at international residencies by organizations like the Santa Maddalena Foundation. He is currently part of the cultural production company La Sullivan and a regular contributor to multiple media outlets including RAC1, Cadena SER, and Ara.

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