Nicolás Casariego is author of the novels Dime cinco cosas que quieres que te haga (Tell Me Five Things You’d Like Me to do to You), Cazadores de luz (Light Catchers) which was finalist for the Nadal Award in 2005, Antón Mallick quiere ser feliz (Antón Mallick Wants to be Happy, Hispabooks, May, 2014) and Carahueca (Empty Face). He has also written the children’s books Marquitos detective (Detective Marquitos) and Marquitos caballero (Marquitos the Knight), the story collections La noche de las doscientas estrellas (The Night of Two Thousand Stars), and Lo siento, la suma de los colores da negro (Sorry, but all Colours Together Make Black), and the essay Héroes y antihéroes en la literatura (Heroes and Antiheroes in Literature). He has also had stories published in numerous anthologies and media, travel articles in the magazines of the Spanish newspapers El País and El Mundo, and is co-writer of three feature films, including Intruders directed by Juan Carlos Fresnadillo and starring Clive Owen, which was based on his last novel and written with Jaime Marques. In 2008 he was awarded the Writers Omi residence fellowship for international writers at Ledig House, New York.
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