Màrius Serra

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1963 –

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Who is Màrius Serra?

Màrius Serra i Roig, born in Barcelona, Catalonia, on May 1, 1963, is a prize-winning Spanish writer, journalist, translator and television host.

Serra completed his studies in English philology, and in addition to his writing career, is a professor of English.

In 2006 he won the most prestigious literary award in Catalonia, the Ramon Llull Prize, for his novel Farsa.

Though he had already published some works, he first became well-known with the publication of the novel Mon oncle.

He was also the host of a television show about books, Alexandria on Channel 33 in Catalonia.

As well, Serra is a frequent contributor to the Barcelona daily newspaper Avui. Besides, he has a section in the program of Radio Nacional de España, "No es un día cualquiera", about crosswords; and another section called "Enigmarius" in Catalunya Radio.

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Born
May 1, 1963
Barcelona
Also known as
  • Màrius Serra i Roig
Children
Nationality
  • Spain
Profession
Education
  • University of Barcelona
    English Philology

Submitted
on July 23, 2013

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