Llucia Ramis¬†graduated in Media Studies from Universidad Aut√≥noma de Barcelona and works as a journalist for various media outlets. She was editor-in-chief of the magazine¬†Quimera¬†and directed and presented the arts programme¬†Aix√≤ no √©s Isl√†ndia¬†on Balearic television. She is a regular contributor to the broadsheets¬†Ara Balears,¬†El Peri√≥dico¬†and¬†El Mundo. In 2010,¬†Obra Cultural Balear¬†awarded her the Bartomeu Rosell√≥ P√≤rcel Prize in recognition of her services in the field of culture.
She has published short stories in such acclaimed anthologies as¬†Odio Barcelona¬†(Melusina, 2008),¬†Matar en Barcelona (Alpha Decay, 2009) and¬†Veus¬†(Emp√ļries, 2010 / Anagrama, 2010). She has written the novels¬†Coses que et passen a Barcelona quan tens 30 anys¬†(Columna, 2008 - Catalan / Editorial Barrett, 2018 - Spanish),¬†Egosurfing (Destino, 2010 -¬†Josep Pla Prize) and¬†Tot all√≤ que una tarda mor√≠ amb les bicicletes (Columna, 2013 / Libros del Asteroide, 2013).
Her most recent novel is¬†Les possessions, that won the¬†Anagrama Award of Novel in Catalan 2018.
Little Time-Eater | La Galera, March 2020
50 Books That Changed My Life | Bruguera, 2020
The Possessions | Anagrama / Asteroide, 2018
Everything that one afternoon died with the bicycles | Columna, 2013 / Libros del Asteroide, 2013
Egosurfing | Destino, 2010 (catal√†)
Things that Happen in Barcelona When You‚Äôre Thirty Years‚Äô Old | Columna, 2008