Alapont Ramón, Pasqual

He was born in Catarroja (Valencia) in 1963. After graduating in Geography and History from the University of Valencia, he began working for different companies and publishers as a translator, linguistic proofreader and editor. Simultaneously, he began writing as a novelist, screenwriter and playwright. He has premiered many plays, some of them for children, and has published more than twenty books, some recognized with important awards, including the EDEBÉ award in 2001 with The Black Sheep. Also in the Periscopio collection, his story A SUMMER WITHOUT FRENCH WOMEN stands out. His work has been translated into various languages.