Antònia Vicens

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Antònia Vicens i Picornell (born 1941 in Santanyí, Balearic Islands) is a Spanish writer in the Catalan language.

Her first published book was a collection of short stories, Banc de fusta . Her novel, 39º a l'ombra, was awarded the Premi Sant Jordi de novel·la prize in 1967. In 1977, she joined the board of the Associació d'Escriptors en Llengua Catalana, serving as vice president for the Balearic Islands. She received international recognition after being honored with the Cruz de Sant Jordi in 1999 and the Ramon Llull medal in 2004, which she gave back in protest at the government's Spanish language policy. Vicens writes for adults and for children. Her books have been translated into German and Spanish.[1]

Selected works[edit]

  • 1968, 39º a l'ombra
  • 1971, Material de fulletó
  • 1974, La festa de tots els morts
  • 1980, La Santa
  • 1982, Quilòmetres de tul per a un petit cadàver
  • 1984, Gelat de maduixa
  • 1987, Terra seca
  • 1997, L'àngel de la lluna'
  • 1998, Massa tímid per lligar
  • 1998, Febre alta
  • 2002, Lluny del tren
  • 2007, Ungles perfectes

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Antònia Vicens". Associació d'Escriptors en Llengua Catalana. Retrieved 4 March 2015.