Núria Añó (born 1973, Lleida, Spain) is a Catalan and a Spanish writer and novelist. Author of Els nens de l'Elisa (Elisa's Children), L'escriptora morta (The Dead Writer), Núvols baixos (Low Clouds) or La mirada del fill (The Son's Gaze), among others. Her writing focuses on the characters' psychology. Frequently, the core of her stories remains unexplained. Añó asks the reader to discover the "deeper meaning" and to become involved actively in the events presented.
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- The land of easy mathematics where he who works adds up and he who retires subtracts.
- 2066. Beginning the age of correction
- Anyone could see that this woman is living a nightmare. Except that she goes through her daily life wide awake, knowing that she could make a mistake at any moment.
- I prefer to be on the side of losers, the misunderstood or lonely people rather than writing about the strong and powerful.
- To all the young people who discover they are gay: Don't be afraid to come out of the closet right now.