Toni will be at The Cheuse Center from September 18-25. You are welcome to join him in a discussion on September 20 about the upcoming Catalan independence referendum, and on September 21 for a reading from his 2015 novel, The Boys, at the East City Bookshop. Learn more about these events at our Events page.
Toni Sala is a writer and teaches Catalan Literature.
In 1996 he received the Documenta Prize for his first book, a collection of short stories titled Entomologia (1997). His first novel Pere Marín was published in 1998. He then became known to a wider readership with his Petita crònica d'un professor a secundària (2001) and his Rodalies (2004) was awarded the 2004 Sant Joan Prize and the 2005 National Culture Prize for Culture (in the domain of Literature). He has also published Goril·la blanc - Memòries d'en Floquet de Neu (2003), Un relat de la nova immigració africana(2004) and Quatre dies a l'Àfrica (2005). In Comelade, Casasses, Perejaume (2006), Toni Sala offers a detailed account of these three contemporary artists.
September 12, 2017