Cristina Fallarás in 2016.

Cristina Fallarás is a reporter and award-winning author from Spain. She was born in Zaragoza in 1968 and studied computer science at the Autonomous University of Barcelona..

Fallaras has worked as a journalist for the Spanish radio stations Cadena Ser and RNE (Radio4), the newspapers El Mundo and El Periódico de Catalunya and the journal ADN. She has also written six novels; La otra Enciclopedia Catalana ( "The Other Catalan Encyclopedia") was published in 2002, Rupturas ("Ruptures") in 2003, No acaba la noche ("The Night Does Not End") in 2006, Así murió el poeta Guadalupe ("This is How Guadalupe the Poet Died") in 2009, Las niñas perdidas ("The Lost Girls") in 2011 and Últimos días en el Puesto del Este ("Last Days in the Puesto del Este") in 2012.


  • Premio de Novela Negra LH Confidencial for Así murió el poeta Guadalupe (2011)
  • Premio Ciudad de Barbastro de Novela Breve for Últimos días en el Puesto del Este (2011)
  • Premio Hammett for Las niñas perdidas (2012)

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