Cristina Fallarás

Cristina Fallarás (Zaragoza, 1968) is a Spanish journalist. She gained a little relevance when publicly admitting to having been evicted from her house.[1]

Cristina Fallarás

She studied Information science at the Autonomous University of Barcelona and has worked as a journalist for Cadena Ser, El Mundo, El Periódico de Catalunya, RNE (Ràdio4) and the journal ADN.

In 2012, she was awarded the Premio Hammett, a prize awarded by the International Association of Crime Writers for the best crime novel written in Spanish, for her novel Las niñas perdidas (Lost Girls), published by Roca Editorial.

BibliographyEdit

  • La otra Enciclopedia Catalana, Belacqua, 2002
  • Rupturas, Urano, 2003
  • No acaba la noche, Planeta, 2006
  • Así murió el poeta Guadalupe, Alianza, 2009
  • Las niñas perdidas, Roca Editorial, 2011
  • Últimos días en el Puesto del Este, DVD ediciones, 2011
  • A la puta calle: Crónica de un desahucio, Bronce Editorial, 2013
  • Honrarás a tu padre y a tu madre, Anagrama, 2018
  • Ahora contamos nosotras, Anagrama, 2019
  • Posibilidad de un nido, Esto No Es Berlín, 2020
  • El evangelio según María Magdalena, Penguin Random House, 2021

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