Andrea Abreu

Writer and journalist.

As a journalist, she has written for the Culture section of the newspaper 20 Minutos as well as other media including Tentaciones (El País), Oculta Lit, LOLA (BuzzFeed), Quimera and Vice. She is the author of the book of poetry MUJER SIN PÁRPADOS (Versátiles Editorial, 2017) and the fanzine PRIMAVERA QUE SANGRA (Demipage, 2017), a brief poetic analysis of her relationship with menstrual pain. She is co-director of the Young Poetry Festival of Alcalá de Henares. In 2019 she won the runner-up prize in the 31st Ana María Matute Prize for women’s fiction. PANZA DE BURRO (Barrett, 2020) is her first novel and in 2021 it put her on a list of the 25 best writers of her generation by the British magazine Granta. It won the 16th Dulce Chacón Novel Prize and the prize for Best Debut Novel in Spanish at the 34th Festival du Premier Roman de Chambéry, and is being adapted into a film by El Estudio. It was chosen as one of the best books of 2020 by El PaísEl CulturalElle, Top CulturaCourbett magazineeldiario.esLetras Corsarias and RTVE.



Andrea Abreu

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