Sergio del Molino (Madrid, 1979) is a Spanish writer and journalist who lives in Zaragoza. He has worked for almost ten years as a reporter in the Heraldo de Aragón, where he currently writes a Sunday column. He has published short stories, an essay, works of research and a collection of articles. He has won the Premio de Literatura Joven del Gobierno de Aragón for fiction. His first novel, No habrá más enemigo (There’ll be no more enemy), was shortlisted for the Francisco Casavella Award in 2011 and was chosen as one of the best ten books of 2012 by the Spanish Booksellers Association. The Violet Hour won the Premio Ojo Crítico and Premio Tigre Juan on its original publication in Spain in 2013.
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