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Vicente Molina Foix was born in Elche and studied Philosophy in Madrid. He lived in England for eight years, where he graduated in Art History from the University of London after which he became a Spanish teacher at Oxford. Dramatic author, critic and director (his film Sagitario premiered in 2001), his literary work has developed principally—after his inclusion in Castellet’s legendary anthology Nine new Spanish poets—in the field of the novel. Among his works are: Museo provincial de los horrores, Busto (Premio Barral 1973), La comunión de los atletas, Los padres viudos (Premio Azorín 1983), La Quincena Soviética (Premio Herralde 1988), La misa de Baroja, La mujer si cabezas and El vampiro de la calle Méjico (Premio Alfonso García Ramos 2002). His extraordinary versions of Shakespeare's Hamlet, King Lear and The Merchant of Venice, and as his film criticism collected in El cine estilográfico, have also been widely celebrated.
OTHER TITLES BY Vicente Molina Foix
- The Young Man without Soul. A Romantic Novel (NH 595)
- The Unwelcome Guest (NH 523)
- The Man Who Sold His Own Bed (NH 490)
- The Man Who Sold His Own Bed (EB 104)
- The Letter-opener (NH 400)
- The Vamp of Mexico Street (NH 333)
Luis Cremades was born in Alicante and lives in Jijona (Alicante, Spain). He has published three books of poems: El animal favorito, Los límites de un cuerpo y El colgado, and a plaquette as well called Los poetas viejos. Since 1980, and for almost thirty years, he lived in Madrid where he graduated in Sociology and worked as Human Resources consultant. Cremades has translated technical texts and has published literary translations, along with his several collaborations in cultural and news magazines. At the first years of 2000’s he taught Literature in the already disappeared Escuela de Letras of Madrid.