Luisgé Martín (Madrid, 1962) graduated in Spanish Philology from the University of Madrid and has an MBA from the Business Institute. He has worked as an editor for Ediciones SM and in Ediciones del Prado. He has published the short story collections Los oscuros (1990) and El alma del erizo (2002); the novels La dulce ira (1995), La muerte de Tadzio (2000, awarded the Premio Ramón Gómez de la Serna), Los amores confiados (2005) and Las manos cortadas (2009); and the collection of correspondence Amante del sexo busca pareja morbosa (2002). He contributes occasionally to El Viajero, Babelia, El País and other publications.
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