Pablo Martín Sánchez
Pablo Martín Sánchez (Reus, 1977) has a doctorate in French Language and Literature from the University of Lille and a doctorate in Theory of Literature and Comparative Art and Literature from the University of Granada. A member of the Ouvroir de Littérature Potentielle (Oulipo), he regularly works as a translator and writing teacher. He has published the volume of short stories Fricciones (2011), the novels El anarquista que se llama como yo (Acantilado, 2012), Tuyo es el Mañana (Acantilado, 2016), Agatha (2017) —a book written in collaboration with Sara Mesa— and Diary of a stubborn old man (2020). Part of his work has been translated into French, English, Czech and Dutch.