Marc Artigau i Queralt
Marc Artigau is a graduate in Stage Directing and Playwriting from the Institut del Teatre de Barcelona. As a playwright or director, he has premiered Cain & Abel, Caixes (Talúries Theatre Prize 2011 and Marqués de Bradomín Second Prize 2011), Arbres, Aquellos días azules, Un mosquit petit and Ushuaia (Ciutat de Sagunt Prize 2008 and Marqués de Bradomín Second Prize 2008). As a dramaturg he has worked with Julio Manrique, Oriol Broggi, Àngel Llàcer and Manu Guix, and Juan Carlos Martel, among others.
He has published the novels La Vigília (Josep Pla Prize 2019), Les paraules inútils, Els perseguidors de paraules (Ed. Estrella Polar), La cova dels dies (Ed. Fanbooks) and Un home cau and Els coloms de la boqueria cowritten with Jordi Basté. (Ed. Rosa dels Vents)
In poetry, he is the author of Primers Auxilis, Vermella and Desterrats.
He has been a contributor to Catalunya Ràdio and currently takes part in El món on Rac1.