Carranza, Maite
Maite Carranza (Barcelona, ​​1958) studied Anthropology and worked as a teacher and television scriptwriter while dedicating herself to literature. She is a long-time writer, known for her more than sixty titles of young adult novels. With her trilogy The War of the Witches, translated into more than thirty languages, she became known internationally. Her work, transgressive and committed, with titles such as Palabras poisonadas, has been the recipient of numerous awards, among which the National Young Adult Literature Award, the Critics' Award, the Cervantes Chico and the Premio Edebé of Children's and Youth Literature. She combines literature with television scripting; She gives talks and conferences, and is committed to defending authors.