Susana Collado Vázquez, professor at the FCS, awarded for her literary creation

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His work entitled, "What your absence said", received the first prize for excellence of the Master in Literary Creation of the International University of Valencia

Dr. Susana Collado Vázquez, professor in the Department of Physiotherapy, Occupational Therapy, Rehabilitation and Physical Medicine of the Faculty of Health Sciences of the Rey Juan Carlos University, has obtained the first prize for excellence in the master's degree in literary creation of the International University of Valencia for his work what your absence said, tutored by the writer Ángela Vallvey. Together with her, Marietta Franco Bourrellier was also awarded for The secret language of birds and Jose Matas Crespo for The rules of the exchange.


The jury was made up of the co-directors of the Master, Ana Gavín, director of Editorial Relations of Grupo Planeta and the writer Espido Freire, who were at the evening together with the dean of the Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Communication, Joan Oleaque Moreno, the coordinator of the master's degree, María Rosell, and the godmother of the promotion, Alicia Jiménez Bartlett, an outstanding author, creator of the character of Petra Delicado, philologist and doctor in Spanish Literature.

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The writer Alicia Jiménez Bartlett presented the Prize to Susana Collado for what your absence said, a "noir" novel of domestic intrigue that takes place between two periods, 1982 and 2002, in a town on the Mediterranean coast, with the disturbing memory of the discovery of a corpse by some children and a life marked by the disappearance of the protagonist's mother and for dark secrets.

In the following link you will find all the information and the video of the evening: The Master in Literary Creation celebrates the closing of its fourth edition with a literary evening | VIU (