Ray Loriga

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Ray Loriga
Ray Loriga (ulleres) Diada de Sant Jordi 2014 a Barcelona (25).JPG
Ray Loriga in Barcelona, 2014
Born Jorge Loriga Torrenova
(1967-03-05) March 5, 1967 (age 51)
Madrid, Spain
Pen name Ray Loriga
Occupation Writer, film director
Nationality Spanish
Period 1990s–present
Literary movement X Generation
Notable awards Alfaguara Novel Prize
Spouse Christina Rosenvinge (div. 2006)
Children 2

Jorge Loriga Torrenova, better known as Ray Loriga (born March 5, 1967), is a Spanish author, screenwriter, and director[1] (born Madrid, 1967). His first novel Lo Peor de todo (English: The Worst Thing of All), was published in 1992, and was followed by Héroes in 1993.

Caídos del Cielo (La pistola de mi hermano) (English: My Brother's Gun) is the first of his novels to be published in English, and he directed a film based on this book in 1997. His second novel to be published in English is Tokio ya no nos quiere (English: Tokyo Doesn't Love Us Anymore).[2]

Loriga married Spanish-Danish singer-songwriter Christina Rosenvinge in 1989.

In April 2017, Loriga was awarded the Alfaguara Prize for his novel Rendición (Rendition). It is one of the richest Spanish-language literary prizes.[3]

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  1. ^ "About This Person From All Movie Guide:". NY Times. Retrieved February 17, 2012. 
  2. ^ SAM LIPSYTE (October 17, 2004). "'Tokyo Doesn't Love Us Anymore': Don't Speak, Memory". NY Times. Retrieved February 17, 2012. 
  3. ^ "Argentine writer Sacheri wins Alfaguara Prize". Buenos Aires Herald. April 6, 2017. Retrieved April 28, 2017.