Riera, Pedro

Pedro Riera was born in Barcelona in 1965, the city where he graduated in Information Sciences. He has worked in television, film and advertising. At the end of the nineties, after a two-year stay in Bosnia, he abandoned his profession as a producer to dedicate himself entirely to writing. He has published a dozen children's and young adult novels that have obtained different awards, such as the CCEI 2008 with The Legend of the Nameless Forest, The Temple of a Thousand Doors 2009 with The Forest Creature, the Edebé of Young Adult Literature 2014 with La tumba de Aurora (2015), which received the award from the French state network France Info for best current affairs comic and report in 2011, and Intisar en el exilio (2013), Understanding the present award from Splash Sagunt in 2018. Everyday hates, (2019) His third comic, written with Aliénor Benoist, is about racism, Islamophobia and fatphobia in Spain.