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Author photo. Jorge Díaz, Antonio Mercero and Agustín Martínez, the writers behind the Carmen Mola books, receiving the Planeta Prize, 2021.

Jorge Díaz, Antonio Mercero and Agustín Martínez, the writers behind the Carmen Mola books, receiving the Planeta Prize, 2021.

Carmen Mola

Author of La novia gitana

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Carmen Mola (in English, roughly 'Carmen's Cool') is the female pseudonym of the male writing trio Agustín Martínez, Jorge Díaz and Antonio Mercero, each of them published authors and scriptwriters. They came forward in Oct. 2021 when their unpublished manuscript for La bestia ('The beast') won the lucrative Planeta prize (€1m.). See the Guardian article.
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