Albert Villaró, born in La Seu d’Urgell but with Andorran nationality, started working in the press media in Diari Segre, which lead him to his first novel, Les ànimes sordes (2011), followed by Obaga and L’Any dels Francs, awarded with the Néstor Luján Prize (2003). In Annaghmakerrig (artists residence in Ireland), Villaró finished Blau de Prússia, which won the Carlemany Prize (2005). The author also published La primera pràctica (2009), L’escala del dolor (2001) and Els ambaixadors (2014), awarded the Josep Pla Prize. Among his last novels we can find La Bíblia Andorrana with the Prudenci Bertrana Prize (2015) and El Sindicat de l’Oblit. Besides his novels, Villaró likes to experiment with different genres, from an opera booket to historical monographs.