Cristina FALLARÁS

Zaragoza, 1968

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Cristina Fallarás (Zaragoza, 1968) is a journalist and writer. She has received several awards for her journalistic work and is known for her defense of women’s rights and political activism.

Among her published works of fiction, one should mention Rupturas (Urano, 2003); No acaba la noche (Planeta, 2006)Así murió el poeta Guadalupe (Alianza, 2009), Las niñas perdidas (Roca, 2011 – L’H Confidencial Award 2011 and Hammett Award 2012), “Últimos días en el Puesto del Este (DVD, 2011; Salto de Página, 2013 – Ciudad de Barbastro Award for Short Novel) and the celebrated novel Honrarás a tu padre y a tu madre (Anagrama, 2018).

Her non-fiction works include A la puta calle (Planeta, 2013), the brave first-person testimony about an eviction and Ahora contamos nosotras. #Cuéntalo: una memoria colectiva de la violencia (Anagrama, 2019), which collects testimonies of several women who have suffered sexist violence .

Her most recent work is the long-awaited novel El evangelio según María Magdalena (PRH / Ediciones B, 2021).